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Please note that we are currently not taking enrolments for the Masters in Information Security. If you are currently enrolled, please see your course advisor.
The Master of Information Security (MInfoSec) provides students with the skills, knowledge and the interdisciplinary understanding required for designing and managing an organisation's security requirements, in today's dynamic global business environment. This includes an appreciation of the security aspects associated with information management, information technologies, system management and the relevant legal obligations.
Graduates wishing to develop the leadership skills and expertise necessary to implement policy, design and develop secure systems that address future threats, are essential to securing modern information systems and the communication networks that underpin modern organizations
The Master of Information Security can be completed in 1 year of fulltime study or equivalent. The course comprises 8 credit points. Students are required to complete 4 credit points of core Information Systems and Law units and 4 credit points of elective units selected from a specified list.
A student may exit the Master of Information Security after completing four credit points of core units as listed in the course structure and is then eligible to be awarded the M581 - Graduate Certificate of Information Security.
Course rules, structure and how to apply for the Master of Information Security is available from Deakin's online handbook