Cyber Security BAS

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Major Courses

115 - 118 Credits

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

CS 101

Intro to Computers & Information Technology

5

CS 102

Programming Fundamentals [M/S]

5

or

 

CS& 131

Computer Science I C++ [M/S]

5

CS 106

Database Systems

5

CS 117

Computer Ethics

2

CS 150

Computer Security

5

CS 162

C++2 [M/S]

5

or

 

CS 202

Programming Fundamentals 2 [M/S]

5

CS 206

Database Design

5

CS 221

SQL Server Administration

5

CS 223

UNIX/Linux

5

CS 228

Windows Server

5

CS 231

Network Infrastructure

5

CS 232

Network Security

5

CSIA 200

Computer Forensics Fundamentals

5

CSIA 250

Networking Fundamentals

5

CSIA 300

Cyber Security and Information Assurance

5

CSIA 310

E-Commerce Security

5

CSIA 320

Ethical Hacking

5

CSIA 330

Wireless Security

5

CSIA 410

Cryptology

5

CSIA 420

Cyber Crime and Terrorism

5

CSIA 430

UNIX Administration and Security

5

CSIA 440

Cyber Testing and Penetration

5

CSIA 450

Cyber Security Capstone

5

Select 3-6 credits from the following:

CS 118

Customer Service

3

CS 217

Internship

1–3

Subtotal: 115 - 118

Major Support

5 Credits

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

PROJ 100

Introduction to Project Management

5

Subtotal: 5

General Education

60 Credits

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

Communication - 15 credits:

ENGL&101

English Composition I [C]

5

ENGL 410

Professional & Organizational Communication [C]

5

CMST 415

Applied Professional Communication

5

Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning - select 5 credits from the following:

MATH&141

Precalculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH&142

Precalculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH&144

Precalculus I & II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH&146

Introduction to Stats [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH&148

Business Calculus [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH&151

Calculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH&152

Calculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

MATH&153

Calculus III [M/S] [Q/SR]

5

Social & Behavioral Sciences - 10 credits:

SOC 305

Cybercrime: A Sociological Perspective [S/B]

5

ECON 305

Managerial Economics [S/B]

5

Humanities - 10 credits:

PHIL 305

Professional Ethics [H]

5

ICS 310

American Diversity [H]

5

Mathematical & Natural Science - select 10 credits from the following:

Choose a lab science from this distribution list

5

Choose any course from this distribution list

5

Electives – select 10 credits from the following distribution areas.
Check with your program advisor for recommended elective courses from Communication, Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning, Social & Behavioral Sciences, Humanities, and Mathematical & Natural Science distributions.

5

5

Subtotal: 60
Total Credits Required: 180-183

Note:

  • Students must earn a minimum 2.0 grade in all CSIA and CSIT courses.
  • Students must earn a minimum 2.5 grade in all CS courses.
  • Required minimum cumulative GPA 2.0.
  • Minimum 2.0 grade in MATH 050, 070, 072, 094, 095 or 098 is a prerequisite for all programming classes.
  • A student may not use equivalent cross-listed courses for the same graduation requirement. Refer to the Cross-Listed Courses section of the catalog for more information, and consult with your counselor, completion coach, or faculty advisor.