Capella Master of Science in Information Assurance & Cybersecurity w/ Network Defense CISSP credit Anyone familiar with the CISSP transfer credits and what courses are waived by having a CISSP? Any luck with CISM as well? Thanks for any info you have or personal experiences! (my work will pay 100% for this degree, FYI): Apply Your CISSP® Certification Have your CISSP? Your Master of Science in Information Assurance and Cybersecurity degree could be up to 40% complete¹. Transfer Credits There are many ways to reduce tuition costs, including transferring credits which may help save time and money. You can transfer up to 12 credits into this specialization. I found this statement attached to the BS in IT, Information Assurance & Cybersecurity description page - says 5 courses max through documented credit from CISSP / CISM, etc: *Savings inclusive of fees charged by Capella to evaluate and award academic credit for your prior learning. The documented credit fee of $50 is assessed each quarter you request documented credit. Capella reserves the right to change fees at any time. Learners who submit IAS-IT documented credit for the CISSP, CISM, CISA, CEH and SSCP may only be awarded a maximum of 5 courses through documented credit. They are able to submit regular petitions for the remaining credits allowed for PLA in their curriculum. Capella University Master of Science in Information Assurance & Cybersecurity w/ Network Defense Specialization Core courses: IAS5002 Communication Skills for Today’s Information Security Professional 4 quarter credits IAS5010 Information Technology Security Fundamentals 4 quarter credits IAS5015 *Network Security Fundamentals and Cryptography 4 quarter credits IAS5020 *Information Security Regulatory and Legal Environment 4 quarter credits IAS5025 *Operating System Defense 4 quarter credits IAS5030 *Identifying and Managing Risk 4 quarter credits Specialization courses: IAS5130 Programming for Security Professionals 4 quarter credits IAS5200 Network Architecture and Cyberoperations 4 quarter credits IAS5210 Data Communications4 quarter credits IAS5220 Network Security Controls and Testing 4 quarter credits IAS5230Secure Network Design and Engineering 4 quarter credits Capstone course - Taken during the learner’s final quarter: IAS5900 *IAS Capstone 4 quarter credits Total 48 quarter credits Description: Our master’s in information assurance and cybersecurity, network defense degree helps you examine technical and managerial controls critical to network defense, including security controls and testing, cryptography, visualization, and more. Protect business assets with network defense Be the first line of defense for organizational networks. Capella’s master’s in information assurance and cybersecurity, network defense degree prepares you as an information cybersecurity professional to assess, develop, and implement solutions to safeguard information assets. You’ll have hands-on experience with our virtual lab managing real-time responses to security breaches and performing vulnerability assessments using Nessus®. Plus, you’ll gain the knowledge to prepare for certifications like the CEH, CNDA, and CISSP®.