SALISBURY, Md. - Salisbury University is teaming up with the Tallinn University of Technology in Estonia for a new academic program on cybersecurity.
Representatives from the schools will be signing a memorandum of understanding in Annapolis on Thursday.
The collaboration also involves the University of Tartu.
It will enable Salisbury students who are working on bachelors' degrees in computer science, mathematics or information systems to finish their senior year in the Salisbury Abroad: Cybersecurity Program in Estonia.
After graduation, they will be able to earn a master's degree in cybersecurity or software engineering at the schools in Estonia.
Students can begin studying in Estonia as early as next year.
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