ST Admissions Requirements

M.S. in Security Technologies: Become a Threat Expert

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The Master of Science in Security Technologies (ST) degree program prepares students to address the threats and emerging security challenges of tomorrow, today. We only admit the best and brightest, carefully selecting the next generation of leaders through a rigorous interview process. ST applications are reviewed on a rolling basis for the program's September start, and qualified applicants will be invited to interview with the ST director of graduate studies. Admission is awarded based on space availability, so we highly encourage interested candidates to apply early. Key dates are as follows:


Late August

New student orientation



Classes begin

Due to the limited cohort size, applicants should begin the admissions process and submit applications as early as possible.

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Admissions Requirements

Candidates often exceed the following minimum requirements, and qualified applicants are interviewed and admitted throughout the year: 

  • Undergraduate degree
  • Relevant work experience
  • Demonstrated leadership potential


  • Cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher

Required Testing

  • English language test scores are needed from international students (minimum of 90 on the TOEFL required)

Attend an Information Session

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We strongly encourage all prospective students attend an information session before applying to TLI graduate programs. Our information sessions give candidates an opportunity to meet faculty, ask questions about financial aid and get a better understanding of the curriculum. Candidates can register by viewing the information session calendar.

Our admissions team is here to help!

Whether you'd like to ask questions about the program or connect with a recent graduate of the program, an admissions associate can help you decide whether the ST program is right for you.

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