St. Thomas Law launches LL.M. in Cybersecurity Law & Policy

St. Thomas University School of Law has created a new LL.M. degree program in Cybersecurity Law & Policy; the only program of its kind in the state of Florida. The 100% online program is designed to be completed in one year, and will meet the needs of working professionals, as well as traditional students, seeking a flexible opportunity to advance career goals in a rapidly-growing area.
The goal of the program is to further instruction, promote research, and identify policy through a comprehensive approach to cybersecurity law, while being uniquely positioned with a specialized focus on the legal ramifications of cyber-threats in the aerospace field. The curriculum will cover areas such as national security & space strategy,  cybersecurity law & policy, international privacy law, satellite & space security, and aviation cybersecurity.
The program, which is now accepting application for Spring and Fall 2020,  fills a demand for policy and law in the cybersecurity industry.  The online structure will allow students to enroll from both the U.S. and abroad. Ideal candidates will include holders of J.D.s, master’s or bachelor’s degrees (or equivalent foreign qualifications) in the field of law who have a desire to develop an understanding of legal and policy principles of cybersecurity. 
Because no previous technical knowledge is required,lawyers, legal educators, as well as IT managers can further advance their careers.
St. Thomas University School of Law has recruited faculty with the expertise across industry, academia, and military. The curriculum incorporates a blend of law, cyberspace, aviation, satellite communications and national security.
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