I've finished the Orientation class and the CSEC 610 Cyberspace and Cybersecurity course. And I'm feeling ripped off, and trying to decide if I want to stay in the program.
Everything covered in the 600 level class I did in Undergrad, with the majority being in 100 level classes at the community college for a CIS Associate Degree.
The labs were crack passwords with Cain and Able, use Microsoft's vulnerability scanner to scan a vm and report your findings, and look for the first 7 bytes of a jpeg in FTK Imager. Oh and there was a Stenography lab too. The group assignment was to create a methodology to hack a computer on the internet with Healthcare Records on it (professor didn't expect anyone to actually get data), and to help a company design a security posture.
I've been told the next $4,200.00 class (CSEC 620 Human Aspects in Cybersecurity: Ethics, Legal Issues and Psychology) is going to be another review / get people up to speed class.