Welcome to Brown! Congratulations on your acceptance to the Master of Science in Cybersecurity program!
If you are a new or continuing student, the resources below will be helpful to you.
For questions concerning submission of official transcripts, setting up your Brown resource access, and the enrollment process:
For questions about financial aid:
For questions concerning course registration, course requirements, advising, and academic dates:
Thomas Doeppner (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Associate Professor of Computer Science & Vice Chair of the CS Department
For questions concerning all matters related to the Policy Track:
Timothy Edgar (email@example.com) - Senior Fellow in International and Public Affairs & Director of Graduate Studies (Policy Track)
For questions concerning all matters related to the Computer Science Track:
Bernardo Palazzi (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Adjunct Professor of the Practice of Computer Science & Director of Graduate Studies (Computer Science Track)
For questions concerning the Brown Cybersecurity community, scholarships, and student experience:
Ernesto Zaldivar (email@example.com) - Adjunct Associate Professor of the Practice of Computer Science & Deputy Director of Graduate Studies (Computer Science and Policy Tracks)
Course registration will not occur until early September. Please return here for updates and additional information.
Resources for Getting Started
Student Support Resources
Brown has support resources available to students to help them get the most out of life and their academic experience when challenges come up. Dean Maria Suarez can connect you with resources at Brown or can have a conversation with you to help you reflect on ways to feel better when facing difficult times. Dean Suarez is a dedicated student support resource for graduate students. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find the University's academic calendar here. Note that internal program deadlines are not listed on this calendar, but major dates--like the start and end date of the semester--are listed.
You're automatically considered for scholarships when you apply for admission to the program; there is no separate scholarship application.
If the committee determines that an applicant is to be awarded a scholarship, then the applicant is notified at the time of their admission into the program. Unfortunately, there are a very limited number of scholarships available. Applicants who do not receive a merit award letter at the time of their admission are unable to be reconsidered.