Bachelor of cybersecurity

Bachelor of Cybersecurity (via Certificate accumulation) highlights the expertise acquired by students who have earned three certificates that focus on various aspects of cybersecurity.

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program overview

Bachelor of Cybersecurity (via Certificate accumulation) offers students high-tech, specialized training in cybersecurity, including courses about investigation methods, fighting cyberfraud, network security improvement, and information system security management.

This leading edge training anticipates the needs of companies and employers who are actively seeking experts to assist them in defending themselves against cybercriminals. This Bachelor’s degree is without a doubt also an asset to employers looking for employees whose cybersecurity knowledge is critical to resolving concerns in that field.  

Bachelor of Cybersecurity (via Certificate accumulation) is earned by completing two of the programs listed directly below, in addition to another from the additional group below:

  • Certificat en Architecture et gestion de la cybersécurité (Polytechnique Montréal - in French)
  • Certificat en cyberenquête (Polytechnique Montréal - in French)
  • Certificat en cyberfraude (Polytechnique Montréal - in French)
  • Certificat en Internet industriel des objets (Polytechnique Montréal - in French)
  • Undergraduate certificate in Analysis and operational cybersecurity  (Polytechnique Montréal- Previously known as Undergraduate certificate in Cybersecurity) or Certificat en Analyse et cybersécurité opérationnelle (Polytechnique Montréal - in French)
  • Undergraduate certificate in cybersecurity (Polytechnique Montréal)
     

A third certificate from this group must be also completed:

  • Undergraduate certificate in Analysis and operational cybersecurity  (Polytechnique Montréal- Previously known as Undergraduate certificate in Cybersecurity) or Certificat en Analyse et cybersécurité opérationnelle (Polytechnique Montréal - in French)
  • Undergraduate certificate in Cybersecurity (the final term of admission for this certificate is summer 2022)
  • Certificat en Architecture et gestion de la cybersécurité (Polytechnique Montréal - in French)
  • Certificat en cyberenquête (Polytechnique Montréal - in French)
  • Certificat en cyberfraude (Polytechnique Montréal-  in French)
  • Certificat en Internet industriel des objets (Polytechnique Montréal - in French)
  • Certificat en analyse de la sécurité de l’information et des systèmes (HEC Montréal - in French)
  • Certificat en enquête et renseignement (Université de Montréal - in French)
  • Certificat en informatique appliquée (Université de Montréal - in French)
  • Certificat de criminologie (Université de Montréal - in French)
  • Mineure en criminologie (Université de Montréal - in French)

Note that you cannot directly register for the Bachelor via Certificate accumulation; you must complete three certificates according to Polytechnique Montréal’s policies, and then apply to graduate via the Bachelor via Certificate accumulation program.

program descriptions

Program offered by Polytechnique Montréal

The Certificat en cyberenquête emphasizes investigative methods related to cybercrimes. The Certificat en cyberfraude focuses on Internet fraud prevention and the analysis of computer data. The Undergraduate Certificate in Analysis and Operational Cybersecurity teaches the processes and measures implemented in companies or organizations that seek to equip themselves with concrete tools to improve their network security. 

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Programs offered by HEC Montréal

The Certificat en analyse de la sécurité de l’information et des systèmes addresses information management and security needs, in the optic of information systems, in terms of legal and expected standards norms.

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Programs offered by the Université de Montréal

The programs below are offered by the Université de Montréal, and enable students to increase their knowledge of applied computing, notably in programming, criminology essentials, and clinical skills for criminological interventions.

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