John Brown University, private, evangelical and Christian, seeks a faculty member to direct and teach a new Master of Science in Cybersecurity. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, teaching courses in several areas of cybersecurity such as ethics/cyber law, security policies and risk assessment, networking, security programming, security issues of operating systems, cryptography, monitoring tools, and penetration testing. Director responsibilities include administration of course offerings, load management, adjunct hiring and other program needs. Other responsibilities include advising students, capstone project oversight, and serving on University committees.
Cybersecurity is a new master’s degree program at John Brown University (JBU). This program will be housed within the Division of Engineering and Construction Management. The program plan provides for the development of a high quality, regionally recognized degree path that will have appropriate external accreditation and associated assessment processes. This program will strive to educate students and practitioners in ethical and technical needs for this important career path while representing God in service to humanity. This program is developed from a position of strength with educational pathways from both undergraduate studies and strong industrial support.