6247 - Cybersecurity
- Program Title
- Degree Designation
- Program Level
- Instruction Mode
- On Campus
- Program Description
- Security of Cyber, Information, and Computer Systems. A program that prepares individuals to assess the security needs of Cyber and Networked-Computer Systems, design and recommend safeguard solutions, and manage and administer security of systems and procedures. Includes instructions in programming, computer architecture, operating systems, appropriate level of mathematics and statistics, networks, and various aspects of cybersecurity including cryptography, operational safeguards, security of network stack and cloud, offensive and defensive security, risk assessment, and ethical and legal standards and guidelines.
- Computer Science/Information Technology
- College of Science and Engineering
"(65-67 credits) CNA 267, CNA 268 (CSCI 200 or ECE 102 may replace CNA 267 and CNA 268), CNA 397 or CSCI 310, CNA 425, CNA 426 or CSCI 413, CNA 430, CNA 432, CNA 431, CNA 433, CNA 435, CNA 438 or CSCI 415, CNA 465, CNA 473, CSCI 201, CSCI 220, CSCI 332, ENGL 332 or CMST 341, MATH 221, MATH 271, STAT 417, IS 372, IS 443."
Admission To Teacher Education: 0
Upper Division Writing Met
The Upper Division Writing requirement is met through CNA 473.
Admission GPA: 2.5
See program website for additional information.
- Write correct, well documented and readable programs.
- Describe and use networks.
- Describe and use operating systems.
- Articulate ethical and professional standards of behavior.
- Communicate effectively in written and oral exchanges.
- Design and implement secure network architecture based on security policies.
- Identify and correct security weaknesses in operating systems, networks, and applications.
- Demonstrate understanding of theoretical foundations of security by solving problems.