This new minor prepares its students to meet the growing need for qualified cybersecurity specialists. Over the last decade cyber intrusions have increased dramatically at great social and economic cost. Graduates from the Cybersecurity minor learn how to identify security risks to systems and create functions to protect against digital attacks. They have careers such as Computer/Network Security Specialists, IT Security Specialists, Security Policy Analysts, and Applications Security Engineers. Tailored to meet the needs of one of the fastest growing fields in today's job market, the Cybersecurity minor complements any major with a high-demand skill set.
Required Courses for 2016-17 Catalog
|IT||238||Introduction to Cyberterrorism||4|
|IT||438||IT Risk Management||4|
Total Credits for the Minor: 24
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