Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security
Cybersecurity skills are necessary for many industrial and governmental organizations. With an increasing number of network-connected and smart devices, malicious activities threatening data security and personal privacy are at an all-time high. The purpose of this graduate certificate is to prepare students and working professionals to understand the fundamentals and obtain practical skills in cybersecurity to meet growing demands for a highly trained cybersecurity workforce.
At the conclusion of this graduate certificate, students will have learned state-of-the-art cybersecurity tools and techniques, obtained a comprehensive understanding of both classic and modern cryptographic concepts and their mathematical principles, established the ability to detect and defend against cyber-attacks, and developed a strong ability to effectively communicate cybersecurity concepts and solutions and their importance to a broad audience.
The Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security requires a total of 15 credit hours with core and elective courses selected as follows.
|Two core courses (6 credit hours) are required from below:|
|CMP_SC 7420||Software Security||3|
|CMP_SC 7460||Introduction to Cryptography||3|
|CMP_SC 7550||Cyber Defense||3|
|Three elective courses (9 credit hours) are required from below:|
|CMP_SC 7530||Cloud Computing||3|
|CMP_SC 7910||Digital Forensics||3|
|CMP_SC 8001||Advanced Topics in Computer Science||3|
|CMP_SC 8440||Information Security: A Language-Based Approach||3|
|CMP_SC 8450||Formal Engineering Methods for Software and Security||3|
|CMP_SC 8460||Cryptographic Protocols and Formal Proofs||3|