Cybersecurity Graduate Certificate
In graduate-level courses led by Stanford instructors, you will
- Create secure applications, systems, and networks
- Apply cryptography tools like encryption, digital signatures, and zero-knowledge protocols
- Study real-world applications and solutions
- Explore the potential of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies
- Master concepts and theories to navigate policy changes impacting computer security
Watch lectures online within 20 minutes of the on-campus class
Follow a 12-week schedule of weekly lectures and assignments
Complete 4 courses to earn a graduate certificate
Each course can be taken individually or as part of the certificate program. You'll earn 3-4 units of academic credit for every course completed.
Begin your certificate in any academic quarter a course is offered. Complete your application now so that you can enroll at the beginning of the next academic quarter.
To earn the certificate, you must:
- Complete 4 courses in the certificate program
- Receive a B (3.0) or better in each course
Who Should Enroll
Technology professionals and students specializing in:
- software development
- network infrastructure
- web-based applications
- network architecture
Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree with an average GPA of 3.0 or higher.