Dual-Degree BA/MS or BS/MS in Cybersecurity (4+1)
Program of Study
The program is open to students from any major with 3.00 or higher who have taken Programming & Problem Solving (CSC 110) and Data Structures and Abstraction (CSC 111) or equivalents. In addition, it is required that students will have completed coursework or certificates in database management and networking by spring semester of their senior year.
The core of the 30-credit Master of Science in Cybersecurity is made up of coursework that embodies the knowledge units set forth by the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE). Degree coursework culminates with a capstone project that challenges students to examine the architecture of a complex system, identify vulnerabilities and determine the specific security approaches that should be employed.
|CYB 505 Introduction to Cybersecurity||3|
|CYB 510 Introduction to Security Technology||3|
|CYB 550 Cyber Policy||3|
CYB 613 Practical, Hands-on Healthcare Cyber Risk Management
|CYB 520 Data Security||3|
|CYB 530 Programming for Security Professionals||3|
|CYB 615 Introduction to Ethical Hacking, Operational Reconnaissance and Penetration Testing||3|
|CYB 690 Introduction to Secure Authentication and Access||3|
|CYB 695 Cloud Security||3|
|CYB 696 Introduction to Designing, Testing and Operating Resilient Systems||3|
|CYB 691 Cybersecurity Capstone||3|