Apr 23, 2024  
Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Cybersecurity, B.S.


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Students will be able to manage information technology and security projects, effectively communicating across the project life span. Students will acquire the technical skills to work in Java, C++, C# and web programming languages and develop software using agile processes. Students will understand the theory and techniques encompassed by relational data bases, computer systems functions and management, and network design, management and security. Students will be able to conduct digital investigations, processing evidence according to accepted professional standards, and utilize a broad skill base to anticipate, identify, assess, protect and respond to digital threats to their employer, nation, and global society.

 

 

General Education Requirements (39-42 sem. hrs.)


For a complete list of general education courses click here ​. For additional information on general education requirements click here .

Choose Option 1 or Option 2


Complete one of the following options with a grade of C or better. Courses in the major may not be taken as Pass/Fail.

Electives (18-22 sem. hrs.)


Total: 120 (sem. hrs)


The total reflects the minimum number of hours to obtain a bachelor’s degree. Some courses listed above may fulfill more than one requirement block. Please speak to your academic advisor to plan your specific degree path.

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