In the past, the University of Waterloo, Canada, has provided graduates with a degree in information technology and cybersecurity, which is a credential that has been widely accepted as a prerequisite for job postings.
The University of Toronto, Canada’s flagship university, also offers a master’s in cybersecurity.
But this year, a new school of thought is gaining momentum and some universities are embracing it as a way to broaden their students’ understanding of information technology.
The new school, called the Information Technology and Cybersecurity Master’s Program, is taking its cue from the University’s own Master’s Degree in Information Technology, or M.I.T.M. It’s an online program that is focused on providing a wide range of training in computer-science, computer engineering, computer science, computer programming and more, including online courses.
The program, which began in 2017, offers a range of degree programs, including an M.S. in information security and a M.A. in Information and Network Security.
According to the master’s program, a computer science degree in a non-traditional institution is not a prerequisite to obtaining a master degree in computer science at a Canadian university.
Rather, the program requires an online certificate from a Canadian or international university.
The certificate must be completed within six months of completing the online program, and the degree is valid for a maximum of three years.
To qualify for the program, graduates must have earned a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university within the last three years and be willing to take a three-credit course on topics like “network security,” “information security” and “network and Internet architectures.”
To complete the program online, students have to submit a portfolio of work in their area of specialization that has a minimum of five pages of research that they’ve conducted on their chosen subject area.
They can then choose a number of research topics from among the listed topics and submit the results to an online submission system.
“I feel it’s really important that we create a more diverse and diverse pool of people that have a wide variety of experiences, and we want to be very careful that they are going to be in the right fields for them,” said David Bezanson, dean of the University College of Ontario’s computer science department.
Bezanson added that a key aspect of the new program is to teach students how to think about their careers as computer scientists.
“We want to teach them to be the first line of defense,” he said.
“We want them to understand that there are multiple ways to do information security.”
For now, the new school is open to students from any region, with a focus on the United States.
Its graduates can choose from an M, B, B-Sc, M.
Ed. or PhD program, or a combination of the two.
The university also has a separate Master’s in Information Systems and Network Management program.
“The master’s is a really important part of the program,” Bezanic said.
The online program requires students to complete the online certification by January of the following year.
Students are expected to finish the program by January 20, 2020.
The program is open only to students who are U.S.-accredited, have completed three years of a degree program at a U.C. Berkeley or Stanford-trained university, and are enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited U.K. university.