School of Cyber Studies - The University of Tulsa
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The University of Tulsa is building on its long history of excellence in computer science and cyber security by establishing a School of Cyber Studies to house undergraduate and graduate programs in this rapidly evolving field. The School of Cyber Studies is unique in that it is primarily comprised of faculty from multiple disciplines jointly appointed. The founding chair is Tyler Moore, Tandy Professor of Cyber Security.

Educating the next generation of cyber thinkers

The University of Tulsa continues a long tradition of academic and practical leadership in cyber theory and practice that emerged over the past several decades within the TU’s College of Engineering & Computer Science. TU is already ranked in the Top 25 nationally by U.S. News & World Report for undergraduate cybersecurity programs (tying with schools like Harvard University and New York University). The School of Cyber Studies, established in 2021, is a significant effort to advance TU’s global standing even further.

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    • Department faculty

      Our distinguished faculty comprises accomplished scholars, dedicated educators, and experts in their respective fields. With a commitment to fostering academic excellence, they engage students in innovative and collaborative learning experiences, preparing them for success in a rapidly evolving world. At TU, our faculty members not only impart knowledge but also inspire and mentor students, creating a dynamic and enriching educational environment.


    • Beyond the classroom

      TU students have a range of opportunities for getting involved in cyber security at TU beyond the classroom. One popular option is TURC – the Tulsa Undergraduate Research Challenge. Faculty in iSec regularly supervise TURC student research projects. To learn more, students should contact the faculty directly.

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    • Start your career

      If so, you may wish to consider joining The University of Tulsa’s Cyber Corps. The program has fielded more than 350 students since the fall of 2001. Approximately 70 percent have gone on to pursue very successful careers with the NSA or CIA. Other graduates have taken positions with agencies such as DHS, FBI, NASA and the Department of Defense (DoD).

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