Application for Admission to the Master of Security Science (MSS) Degree Program or the Graduate Certificate Program
Applicants are required to complete the EC-Council University application form. The University accepts applications by post, email or fax.
The application fee is $75.00 USD, and is non-refundable. Required application forms and additional information on application procedures are available with the application form on this website.
Additional documentation in support of an applicant’s candidacy may be requested as deemed necessary by EC-Council University. All application documents are the property of EC-Council University, and will not be returned to the applicant, although some exceptions may apply on a case-by-case basis.
The following qualifications are required for admission to the MSS or graduate certificate program at EC-Council University:
A) Applicants must have an earned bachelor’s degree (or the foreign equivalent) from an appropriately accredited institution with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or better.
B) Applicants with degrees from non-US institutions must have their academic credentials evaluated by a recognized member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) http://www.naces.org/members.htm. ECCU requires a comprehensive course-by-course evaluation be completed by the credentialing service for each foreign institution the student has attended. Evaluations and transcripts received directly from the evaluation service will be accepted as official documents. Foreign post-secondary transcripts that have not been evaluated will not be accepted by ECCU Admissions. All documents written and issued in a foreign language must have a certified English translation attached.
D) International or domestic students whose undergraduate degrees are not in or related to the subject of information technology will be further evaluated based on work experience in the field and/or certifications achieved in information technology prior to an admission decision.
E) Applicants who are denied admission can appeal the decision to the Dean.