Cybersecurity Leadership and Cloud Computing Management From an NSA-Recognized University

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APR 28 6pm (ET)
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About the Presentation

About the Presentation

The online information session will cover the following online degree programs:

  • Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity Analytics
  • Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity Policy and Compliance
  • Master of Engineering in Cloud Computing Management

Join staff members of the George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science for a lively, interactive presentation on how GW’s online cybersecurity and cloud computing degree programs help students expand their knowledge, skills, and career opportunities. The presentation will cover these topics and more:

  • An overview of the programs including information about our seasoned faculty experts, management-focused curricula that blend engineering, business and computer science courses, and the online learning experience.
  • Admissions requirements
  • Application overview
  • Post-admissions steps

Participants will also have the opportunity to ask questions throughout the presentation. We look forward to your attendance at this informative event.

Presenters

Shahram Sarkani

Shahram Sarkani

Director, SEAS Online Programs

Shahram Sarkani, Ph.D., P.E., is a Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, and Faculty Adviser and Academic Director of SEAS Online Programs (since 2001). Professor Sarkani joined the GW faculty in 1986. His previous administrative appointments include chair of the Civil, Mechanical, and Environmental Engineering Department (1994-1997) and Interim Associate Dean for Research, School of Engineering and Applied Science (1997-2001).

In over 500 technical publications and presentations, his research in systems engineering, systems analysis, and applied enterprise systems engineering has application to risk analysis, structural safety, and reliability. He has conducted sponsored research with such organizations as NASA, NIST, NSF, U.S. AID, and the U.S. Departments of Interior, Navy, and Transportation.

Kate Amo

Kate Amo

Admissions Counselor

Kate Amo has over 4 years experience within higher education. Her experiences within teaching, business development, and international education have helped shape her approach to admissions and student advising. She is committed to educating and supporting new students throughout the admissions process to ensure the best experience possible when seeking entrance into George Washington University’s programs.

Lynne Green

Lynne Green

Admissions Counselor

Lynne Green has over 12 years of experience within higher education. She holds an MBA and MHRM degree and is an advocate for ongoing education. Her combined experiences in business operations, IT and higher education help her to understand students' needs in the workplace. She strives to provide excellent support and service throughout the admissions process.