Minor in Cyber Audit, Controls, and Compliance (CACC)
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The minor in Cyber Audit, Controls and Compliance (CACC) is designed for Business and Accounting students who want to complement their major by adding the valuable and highly sought-after skill set of IT Audit. The CACC Minor focuses on data risk from an operational vs. technical perspective which falls within the responsibilities of senior management. Students will have hands-on experience working through an IT Audit to identify the risk of data integrity and determine how to best manage the identified risks.
AC 420: Information Technology and Compliance
CS 201: Introduction to Programming (Python)
CS 360: Cyber Security I
CS 480: Introduction to Network Security
One of the following courses:
CS 305: Product Development
CS 307: Database Systems Design and Management
CS 460: Computer Forensics
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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