I don't have a clue if this is a quality curriculum or not. What I do know is that this is sorely needed in the computer industry. When we have our first major cyber security attack that affects the United States or any other country in a significant fashion, then we will see these CyberSecurity job numbers jump. This is not something that you take your typical sysadmin and ask them to "worry about security a little more". I know that many non computer industry individuals were lulled to sleep when we did not see some of the predicted Y2K meltdowns never happened.
I would imagine that some of the nearby government security agencies (hopefully) had a great deal of input to UMUC's new CyberSecurity Programs. This is where government and industry do need to work together as well as working with other countries.
The Obama administration plan, to some extent, builds on the Bush administration's Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI). Among items of interest to the federal workforce, a 12-point CNCI summary calls for:
It will be interesting to see what other universities and colleges will follow the CyberSecurity path in the CS curriculums.