A School of Business study, funded by the U.S. Economic Development Administration, finds changing attitudes to the COVID-19 pandemic can result in risky behavior, and suggests ways businesses can manage and aid employees.
Through a grant from the National Security Agency, the University at Albany School of Business is offering two courses to train faculty new to cybersecurity in the subject matter and then offering teaching workshops to help faculty learn to teach the material.
Students who begin the MS in Digital Forensics in the fall of 2021 will be eligible for a $5,000 scholarship, nearly half the cost of the master’s program, through a grant that School of Business Professor Sanjay Goel received from the National Security Agency. As part of their studies, MS Digital Forensics students also earn the Graduate Certificate in Information Security.
M.S. Digital Forensics & Cybersecurity and Undergraduate Certificate in Business Analytics
Two highly anticipated information technology-related programs made stunning debuts this fall, unhampered by the pandemic.
These programs expand the extensive technology-related offerings of the School of Business, including the BS in digital forensics, an undergraduate concentration in business analytics, a graduate certificate in information security and MBA concentrations in information systems and business analytics and cybersecurity.