New courses help MBA students battle computer hackers

The University of Dayton is partnering with the Advanced Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC) to help MBA students learn about protecting computer networks from hacker attacks.

Starting this month, MBA students at the University of Dayton will be offered a new three-course sequence in cyber-security management through the new partnership. According to the university, "After taking the cyber-security management classes and successfully completing the University of Dayton MBA program, graduates will be qualified to work in classified industry and government positions."

For more information, please visit the University of Dayton website

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