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Duration

10 months

Tuition

$6,270

 

May 3-Feb 20

Plus 1 other start dates

Sep 20 - Jun 26 2022

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Online

Credential

Certificate

Year Founded

2015

Scholarships

yes

Develop a portfolio of highly sought-after skills for an industry in critical need of qualified professionals with York University’s two new Cyber Security Certificates. Aligned to the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) body of knowledge and developed in collaboration with the Lassonde School of Engineering, the Certificate in Cyber Security Fundamentals and the Certificate in Advanced Cyber Security will: train you to be an industry specialist; help you develop confidence as an IT manager or project lead; prepare you for the CISSP. Our unique, blended-learning format helps you to balance other obligations by optimizing the time you spend in-class. We’ve scheduled just one weekend per month at our Toronto campus with the rest of the program delivered online.

What You’ll Learn

  • Introduction to Cyber Security
  • Information Security Risk Management and Governance
  • Data, Asset and Identity Protection
  • Engineering for Information Security
  • Cyber Security Operations Management
  • Security Assessment and Testing

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Student Reviews (4)

York University School of Continuing Studies

Fundamentals and Advanced cybersecurity

Lisa MC

Toronto • January 20, 2021

Graduated From

Certificate in Cyber Security Fundamentals

Overall:

4 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

4 stars

Job Assistance:

3 stars

Diverse class and great teachers with industry experience who are in your corner and want you to succeed! I took the fundamentals and advanced certificates which are six months each. There's a new short intensive program. It's more expensive, I think $...

Diverse class and great teachers with industry experience who are in your corner and want you to succeed! I took the fundamentals and advanced certificates which are six months each. There's a new short intensive program. It's more expensive, I think $15,000, but I would recommend that if you want to qualify for global certifications ICS2, CISSP, etc.

York University School of Continuing Studies

Not worth the $$

Anonymous

Toronto • December 12, 2020

Graduated From

Certificate in Full-Stack Web Development

Overall:

1 out of 5

Instructors:

1 stars

Curriculum:

1 stars

Job Assistance:

1 stars

This is money-grab for university. Totally unacceptable to make students pay $9600 for crappy and poor program coming from a recognized Canadian university.

I took the program in Jan and this is the worst program I ever took. Out of five instru...

This is money-grab for university. Totally unacceptable to make students pay $9600 for crappy and poor program coming from a recognized Canadian university.

I took the program in Jan and this is the worst program I ever took. Out of five instructors, only one truly provided a good teacher (1020, 1040). The rest are very poor instructors that are mainly just slide readers and give template assignments. They will dump you with lots of languages/database/concepts (as per marketing) but never truly explain and make you understand enough to execute and some tools are not even industry standards. The course doesn't enable you to be a junior developer, more like template filler for coding and copy pasting from stack flow or other resources. The database instructor didn't even review my finals and graded me as he didn't even accept my git invite. The capstone is a joke - it isn't real life, when companies themselves are start ups who doesn't know what they are doing.

Overall, the course is poorly executed and doesn't enable future developers. Mostly, you google or youtube and try to do it yourself. The slides are useless. It is copy pasting from W3 school. they did reference it though..

Their expectations is that they give you 8 hours of class, and expect you to self-learn for the entire program.

Lastly, this unethical of university and program manager, where students coming from different backgrounds are hoping to get real learning and training to equip them for jobs and ensure they are able to start new job and career. The stamp of certification on LinkedIn may get some traction, the student when hired will not be able to deliver and perform.

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