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Online Master's Degree in Cybersecurity: Admissions

Application FeeFor the current application season, the application fee is $75.00. We encourage applicants seeking an application fee waiver to begin an online application and complete as much as possible without submitting payment. You may contact the graduate director of the program to which you’re applying here and send a request with your 9-digit application ID — departments may be able to pay the application fee for you.
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Degree and Minimum GPA
  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year university in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics or a related discipline
  • A GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
TranscriptsWhile completing your online application, you will be required to submit one unofficial scanned copy of your transcript or academic record from each school you have attended where you have:
  • earned (or will earn) a degree, studied for one semester or more,
  • earned 12 or more hours of credit, or
  • took classes that relate to your graduate study interests.
If an offer of admission is made, UD graduate students must provide their official, final transcripts before the first day of graduate-level classes.
Official GRE ScoreThe following scores are competitive:
  • A minimum Quantitative score of 150 and a minimum Verbal, Qualitative score of 150 each
There may be GRE waivers available for those who qualify. To learn more about qualifications please call an admissions counselor at (844) 237-1338
Letters of RecommendationThree letters of recommendation. Recommendation forms are emailed directly from the online application to the recommenders whose names and email addresses you provide. Instructions for returning the completed forms are included in the emails.
Programming ExperienceProgramming experience in a high-level language (such as C, C++, java or python) and familiarity with basic networking protocols and operating systems

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We’re here to answer your questions about admissions, financial aid, transfer credits and more. Fill out the form below to get in touch with a helpful admissions counselor.

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International Student

The University of Delaware is an ideal place for a great education in a global atmosphere. Nearly 30% of all the University’s graduate students are international and are from over 100 countries. If you are an international applicant, you’ll also need to submit:

English Language ProficiencyAs an international applicant, you must demonstrate your ability to communicate in English by doing one of the following:
  • submit a TOEFL score of 550 (paper-based) or 79 (Internet-based), or
  • submit an IELTS score of 6.5 and no individual sub-scores below 6.0.

The Graduate & Professional Education office provides more detailed TOEFL information on its test scores page.

Services for International Students

UD offers many services to help you, both in class and out.

Transfer Credit

The online master’s degree in cybersecurity program accepts up to nine transfer credits with the approval of the program director. For more information about transferring your prior credits, contact a helpful admissions counselor at (844) 237-1338.

When to Apply

Applications are accepted at any time up until the day classes start, and you may begin in the fall, summer or spring semesters. Applicants are considered for admission on a rolling basis.

Note: Full-time program applicants interested in merit-based funding consideration should apply early as those awards are distributed on a rolling basis typically at or close to the time of admission.

Note: Your application can be submitted before taking the GRE. Indicate on your application the scheduled date of the GRE exam. However, late exam submission will delay application processing and the admission decision.

Start Enhancing Your Cybersecurity Career Today

Fill out your online application now to be considered for the program’s next available start date.

To get more details, contact an admissions counselor by phone at (844) 237-1338 or complete a brief request for more information.