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Supported by a collaborative and personal learning environment, students in the Master of Science in Cyber Security Engineering at the University of Washington Bothell gain hands-on experience with faculty applying crucial security practices to a myriad of emerging technologies. Designed to cater to both full-time students and working professionals, the majority of courses meet in the evening two or three times a week. The Cyber Security Master’s curriculum is positioned in such a way that students utilize knowledge of their previous bachelor’s degree in computer science, with no need for prior cyber security training or courses. The University of Washington Bothell School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) has exciting degree paths for you. Visit UWB.EDU/CYBERSECUIRTY, e-mail email@example.com, or call (425) 352-5490 to sign up for an online or in-person information session to learn how to become a cyber professional.