Many of the core courses in the Master’s and Bachelor’s degree program parallel the knowledge requirements for EC-Council certifications. Once a student has completed and passed the corresponding ECCU course, then they are eligible to test for the EC-Council certification. Students must pass the test to achieve the certification. Receiving a passing grade in the ECCU course does NOT guarantee a student will pass the certification exam. While passing the ECCU course waives the education requirement, students are responsible for the cost of the exam. For more information contact ECCU at: [email protected].

As a prospective EC-Council University student and current EC-Council Certification holder, you can also earn credits towards your courses, as a result of industry certifications (listed below). For more information, visit

Certification Master Class Bachelor Class

Certified Network Defender (CND)

ECCU 500

CIS 403

Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)

ECCU 501

CIS 404

Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI)

ECCU 502

CIS 406

Certified Penetration Testing Professional (CPENT)

ECCU 503, ECCU 506

Licensed Penetration Tester (LPT)*

ECCU 503, ECCU 506

EC-Council Disaster Recovery Professional (EDRP)

ECCU 513

Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst(CTIA)

CIS 302

Certified SOC Analyst (CSA)

CIS 304

Certified Cloud Security Engineer (CCSE)

ECCU 523

Certified Cloud Security Engineer (CCSE)

ECCU 526

Certified Application Security Engineer (CASE)

ECCU 510

EC-Council Incident Handler (ECIH)

ECCU 522

* LPT awarded in addition to CPENT on securing more than 90% on CPENT.