|Course #||Credit Hours||Course Name
|____||CSEC||111||3||Introduction to Computer Security*|
|____||CSEC||211||3||Foundations of Information Assurance|
|____||CSEC||241||3||Human Factors in Cybersecurity|
|____||CSEC||251||3||Security Incident Detection and Response|
|____||CSEC||381||3||Cybersecurity Policy, Law, and Ethics|
|____||CSEC||411||3||Cyber Risk Management|
|____||CSEC||451||4||Security Operation Technology|
|Plus ONE course from the following:|
|____||CSEC||390||3||Special Topics in Cybersecurity|
|____||CSEC||421||3||Secure Healthcare Informatics|
|____||CSCI||490||1||Senior Design Seminar|
FOREIGN LANGUAGE: Not required.
LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM: As listed on the appropriate Liberal Studies Check Sheet.
* Indicates courses that also meet Liberal Studies requirements.
Among REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION, the student must have a grade point average of 2.00 or higher in the major and have 120 college level credit hours.
Cyber security is an area of vital importance to industry, government institutions, and national security. You’ll graduate workforce-ready, with skills to succeed in this high-demand field that is expected to grow even more in the future. Our program will teach you to recognize issues in cyber security and develop your knowledge in data, software, system, human, organizational and societal security. You’ll learn ethical aspects and cyber laws related to each of these cyber security areas. The curriculum provides a foundation of fundamental knowledge. You’ll study secure software development and host-based cyber defense, and attacks and countermeasures. Interdisciplinary courses in cryptography, information ethics, and cybercrime add a well-rounded perspective on the field.