1 year & 2 Years /
Level 9 /
Full-time & Part-time
Our Master of Science in Computing in Cybersecurity (with a number of names award options) is a three block programme followed by a dissertation. Developed in collaboration with the IT industry following graduation you’ll be perfectly positioned to make the most of your future career opportunities in cybersecurity.
At the heart of the course is a focus on a range of topics applicable to Cybersecurity, Software Compliance, Threat Management and Information security Management.
This is followed by a dissertation where you can apply your learning to demonstrate an extended knowledge and ability in that area. The dissertation will normally be completed over one or two semesters.
Successful graduates find opportunities in companies with any large IT infrastructure, as well as the Payment Card industry and in Financial Services. Roles include becoming a Security Incident Analyst,
a Secure Systems Manager or IT Security Threat Analyst.
For more information on module options click here
Certain semesters of this course are taken in common with other courses.
Follow up programmes elsewhere include:
Minimum Entry Requirements
The main employers are:
Graduate careers typically include:
Students may also choose not to specialise and do a general Cybersecurity dissertation topic in which case they will receive an MSc in Cybersecurity without a designated specialism.
Non Eu students will apply via https://noneuapply.atudonegal.ie/
All programmes will start in Sept 2022
Students can apply from Jan 2022 onwards
Department Administration: +353 (0)74 9186351
Head of Department Jade Lyons
Telephone: +353 (0)74 9186304
School and Department
Faculty of Engineering & Technology
Department of Computing
Master of Science
Master of Science in Computing