Experience, Collaborate, Innovate
The University of Maryland Honors College is excited to offer the first honors undergraduate program in cybersecurity: ACES, the Advanced Cybersecurity Experience for Students.
Launched in Fall 2013 with the help of a major gift from Northrop Grumman, ACES includes the ACES Living-Learning Program for freshmen and sophomores and the ACES Minor for upperclassmen. [more]
Live and Learn Together
The ACES Living-Learning Program (LLP) is an Honors College program for freshmen and sophomores. ACES Living-Learning Program students live together in Prince Frederick Hall and engage in the classroom and through extracurricular events. Students who complete the program earn an Honors College citation in cybersecurity. [more]
The ACES Minor
The ACES Minor is a 16 credit upper-level academic program in cybersecurity. Housed in the Honors College, the minor is open to students of all majors. With an emphasis on hands-on experiences, students gain practical skills through coursework, seminars, group projects, internships, and research. [more]