Minor in Cyber Security
TOOLS FOR DIGITAL DEFENSE
A minor in Cyber Security allows you to develop the skills and knowledge you need to understand, analyze, and troubleshoot computer technology and address cyber threats. You’ll learn the fundamentals of C++ programming as well as how to navigate complex computer systems. This will enable you to update and protect digital networks and databases — an important responsibility in today’s world.
CS 201: Introduction to Programming
CS 234: Introduction to C++
CS 307: Database Systems Design and Management
CS 360: Cyber Security I
CS 370: Cyber Security II
One of the following courses:
BU 401: Organizational Behavior
CS 460: Computer Forensics
CS 470: Introduction to Cryptography
CS 480: Introduction to Network Security
CS 490: Cyber Ethics
A grade of “C-” (1.67) or better must be earned in all courses required for any minor in the department. Students should consult with the Department Chair and complete an official declaration of minor form as early as possible.
*It is the student’s responsibility to verify that all degree requirements for graduation are fulfilled.
Courses that cover spreadsheets, databases, programming in Python, C++, and SQL are among our students’ favorite classes.
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