Complete Your Bachelor’s Degree in Cybersecurity Analysis
The concentration in cybersecurity analysis (CSA) includes 18 credits comprised of four required CSA courses and two required elective CSA courses. The concentration is designed to provide new educational and employment opportunities for adult learners seeking to complete their undergraduate degree with a liberal arts education and a professional focus in CSA. Courses develop students’ foundational knowledge and skills in cybersecurity analysis. Apply now!
Students in the CSA concentration are also required to take two ISLS courses and two 4000-level ISIN Special Topics in the Conduct of Inquiry (one in Humanities, and one in Social Sciences) courses.
Required CSA Courses
- SEC 3010 Securing the Cyber World
- SEC 3020 Cybersecurity Policy, Law & Ethics
- SEC 3030 Human Factors in Cybersecurity
- SEC 3040 Writing & Communications in a Technical Field
Elective CSA Courses
- SEC 4010 Digital Forensics & Cybercrime
- SEC 4020 Mobile Security & Forensics
- SEC 4030 Ethical Hacking
- ISSS 3880 Data Analytics & Decision-Making
Students in the CSA concentration are also required to take 24 credits of degree electives outside of CSA courses. These vary by semester and may include courses in disciplines such as anthropology, art, art history, architectural history, classics, drama, economics, history, literature, music, philosophy, politics, religion, and sociology.
* The information contained on this website is for informational purposes only. The Undergraduate Record and Graduate Record represent the official repository for academic program requirements.
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