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7Safe provides Level 7 (of 8) nationally recognised qualifications on the National Qualifications Framework.

The University of Bedfordshire and 7Safe have partnered to offer a Masters in Computer Security and Forensics. To be awarded this MSc, delegates are required to attend seven training courses, pass the accompanying CSTA, CSTP, CWSA, CFIP, CMI, CFIS and CIIP examinations and successfully complete written assignments. The assignments reflect the content of the courses and are marked by the University.

Delegates are also required to complete a written Independent Study Module and an MSc project (thesis). The diagram below shows the courses delegates will need to successfully complete and the resulting qualifications they will be awarded:

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MSc - Master of Science in Computer Security and Forensics CSTA CWSA CSTP CFIP CMI CIIP CFIS

To earn the CSTA, CSTP, CWSA, CFIP, CMI, CFIS or CIIP certificate, delegates are required to attend the relevant training course and successfully complete an examination.

The pass mark for the CSTA, CSTP, CWSA, CFIP, CMI, CFIS and CIIP examinations is 50%. Exam marks between 65% and 79% attract a merit grade, with marks 80%+ achieving distinction.

Students have up to six years in which to complete this MSc. For further information about the University of Bedfordshire programme, click here

For further information, please contact 7Safe on 01763 285285 and we will send you an information pack.

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7Safe London
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