Cyber-risk Management: Available Beginning Fall 2018

Cybercrime costs the global economy more than $400 billion a year, according to estimates by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). The pressing need to combat the problem has led to tens of thousands of unfilled job openings in the U.S. alone. 

Drury’s new Bachelor of Business Administration in Cyber-Risk Management will help graduates stand apart in this high-demand field by giving them equal, in-depth exposure to both business principles and computer science know-how. It will be the only program in the region – and one of the few in the nation – to take such a deeply integrated approach to training cybersecurity professionals.

Cyber-risk Management Curriculum

Courses are designed to help students throughout their careers by giving them an understanding of cyber risk and the ability to help businesses choose appropriate strategies to respond to those risks. Cyber-Risk Management courses will address many technical areas including:

  • Network security
  • Software security
  • Web application security
  • Cryptography
  • End user security
  • Legal and regulatory compliance

Individual instruction and small class sizes ensure that graduates from our program have a strong technical background in addition to the foundation in business needed to ensure a comprehensive approach to addressing cyber risk throughout careers. 


The Drury Study Abroad program offers both short and long term international study opportunities. Our students have previously studied in: 

  • Cairo, Egypt
  • Granada, Spain
  • Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Aigina, Greece

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Continue Your Education With Drury's MBA + CSL Program

Drury MBA students in a classroom setting

Seamlessly continue your education towards a Master in Business Administration with Cybersecurity Leadership Certificate from Drury. Students can apply six of the certificate credit hours toward Drury's 30-hour MBA program, making it possible to earn the certificate and the MBA in just 36 credit hours. 

A few highlights of the program include:

  • MBA program can be completed in one, two, or four year sequences
  • All courses are offered in the evenings (6 - 8:45 p.m.)
  • The curriculum is customizable to students’ needs
  • Courses include labs and learning experiences that help prepare professionals to secure and defend information systems
  • Offers a strong foundation in risk and risk management
  • Week-long trip to an international business destination (usually Greece or China)

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