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Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security

Cyber Security Program Curriculum

The Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security program can be taken year round over three trimesters. A full-time course schedule entails two eight-week class sessions each trimester.

Our program curriculum includes the following areas of instruction:

  • General education courses.
  • Foundational courses provide a building block of knowledge in our cyber security degree.
  • Concentration courses enable students to pursue a specialty within cyber security. Two concentrations offered: Computer Forensics and Vulnerability Management, and Information Warfare and Security Management.
  • Capstone project is the culminating synthesis of learning that includes the areas of leadership, ethics, problem solving, and strategic planning relating to cyber security.
General Education

Students need to fulfill general education requirements as part of this program, which can be met through prior coursework or the equivalent, or through taking some of the elective options listed below.

Foundational Courses (36 credits)

Students are required to complete the following courses.

Computer Forensics and Vulnerability Management Concentration (18 credits)

Students are required to select 18 credits worth of advanced elective courses used toward a concentration of study.

Information Warfare and Security Management Concentration (18 credits)

Students are required to select 18 credits worth of advanced elective courses used toward a concentration of study.

Course under development
Offensive Information Warfare CYBR 380 (3)

Capstone