Online Graduate Programs

Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Degree


in Flexibility



Master’s Program


TOP 20

Most Innovative Law School

(PreLaw Magazine)

$248 Billion

Projected Cybersecurity Compliance Market by 2023


$120 Billion

Estimated Data Protection Market by 2023


The Cybersecurity and Data Privacy concentration is designed to provide cybersecurity professionals with expertise on policy and the ability to adapt and advance in this rapidly evolving field. We offer a rigorous curriculum taught by faculty who are thought leaders in the fields of information security, data privacy, cybercrime, and intellectual property law. Graduates of the program are well-equipped to unlock their earning potential in the expanding, lucrative field of cybersecurity.

Master’s Degree (100% online)

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Complete in a little over a year
  • Dual degree options available

LL.M. Degree (100% online)

  • J.D. or LL.B. required
  • Complete in one year
  • Dual degree options available

Certificate Program (100% online)

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • Complete in as little as 3 months

The Albany Law program helped me get this job (as a privacy professional). It has expanded my knowledge of privacy, and the company wanted someone with that expertise to kick-start their privacy practice.

- Rey Leclerc Sveinsson, LL.M. student

    You work when you can. The courses are organized well and allow you to control your own schedule. It provided great value for me and my firm.

    - Jacqueline Goralczyk LL.M.


    The Master’s degree requires 30 credits, the LL.M. 24 credits, and the Certificate program 9 credits. To earn a concentration at least 18 credits must be completed from courses within the concentration. The Master’s and LL.M. require a Thesis course and the Master’s requires Introduction to Law and Legal Methods. That leaves room for either completing additional courses within the concentration or taking some electives. The programs are built for flexibility.

    Sample of Elective courses (email graduateadmissions@albanylaw.edu for more information)