BS in Cyber Security

CSET 1100Introduction to Computer Science and Engineering Technology4
PHIL 1010Introduction To Logic3
ENGT 1000Engineering Technology Orientation1
ENGL 1110College Composition I3
Social Science Elective. Select one approved 3 semester hour course from Anthropology (ANTH), Economics (ECON), Geography (GEPL), Political Science (PSC), Psychology (PSY), Social Work (SOCW) or Sociology (SOC).3
CSET 1200Object Oriented Programming and Data Structures3
PHYS 2070General Physics I5
Select one of the following Communications Elective3
Public Presentations
Group Communication
Interpersonal Communication
ENGL 2950Technical Writing3
MATH 2450Calculus For Engineering Technology I4
PHYS 2080General Physics II5
Multicultural Elective. Select one 3 semester hour course that satisfies the Diversity of U.S. Culture requirement.3
CSET 2200PC and Industrial Networks4
MATH 2460Calculus For Engineering Technology II4
CYBR 1400Ethical Behavior in Computing4
CSET 2520Discrete Structures3
CYBR 2410Digital Forensics3
Social Science Elective. Select one approved 3 semester hour course from Anthropology (ANTH), Economics (ECON), Geography (GEPL), Political Science (PSC), Psychology (PSY), Social Work (SOCW) or Sociology (SOC).3
MATH 2890Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra3
ENGT 2000Professional Development1
ENGT 3010Applied Statistics And Design Of Experiments4
CYBR 3350Managing Security Projects3
CYBR 3200Client-Server Security Models3
Natural Science Elective. Select one course from: Anatomy/Physiology (EXSC), Astronomy (ASTR), Biology (BIOL), Chemistry (CHEM), Earth, Ecology and Environmental Science (EEES), or Physics (PHYS).4
CSET 3150Introduction to Algorithms4
CSET 3300Database-Driven Web Sites4
EECS 4720Fundamentals of Cyber Security3
INFS 3400Principles of Information Systems Security3
CSET 4250Applied Programming Languages3
CSET 3600Software Engineering and Human Interfacing4
CSET 4350Operating Systems3
CSET 4750Computer Networks And Data Communication4
CYBR 4500Risk Vulnerability Analysis3
Humanities/Multicultural Elective. Select one 3 semester hour Humanities/Fine Arts elective that also satisfies one of the two multi-cultural elective requirements (“double-dip”). Do not select a Philosophy (PHIL) course.3
CYBR 4200Software Assurance4
ENGT 4050Senior Technology Capstone3
CSET 4850Computer and Network Security4
Total Hours124
Plan of Study Grid
First Year
First TermHours
CSET 1100 Introduction to Computer Science and Engineering Technology 4
PHIL 1010 Introduction To Logic 3
ENGT 1000 Engineering Technology Orientation 1
ENGL 1110 College Composition I 3
Social Science Elective 3
Second Term
CSET 1200 Object Oriented Programming and Data Structures 3
PHYS 2070 General Physics I 5
Communication Elective 3
ENGL 2950 Technical Writing 3
Second Year
First Term
MATH 2450 Calculus For Engineering Technology I 4
PHYS 2080 General Physics II 5
CSET 2200 PC and Industrial Networks 4
Multicultural Elective 3
Second Term
MATH 2460 Calculus For Engineering Technology II 4
CYBR 1400 Ethical Behavior in Computing 4
CSET 2520 Discrete Structures 3
CYBR 2410 Digital Forensics 3
Social Science Elective 3
Third Year
First Term
MATH 2890 Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra 3
ENGT 2000 Professional Development 1
ENGT 3010 Applied Statistics And Design Of Experiments 4
CYBR 3350 Managing Security Projects 3
CYBR 3200 Client-Server Security Models 3
Second Term
Natural Sciences Elective 4
CSET 3150 Introduction to Algorithms 4
CSET 3300 Database-Driven Web Sites 4
EECS 4720 Fundamentals of Cyber Security 3
Fourth Year
First Term
INFS 3400 Principles of Information Systems Security 3
CSET 4250 Applied Programming Languages 3
CSET 3600 Software Engineering and Human Interfacing 4
CSET 4350 Operating Systems 3
CSET 4750 Computer Networks And Data Communication 4
Second Term
CYBR 4500 Risk Vulnerability Analysis 3
Humanities/Multicultural Elective 3
CYBR 4200 Software Assurance 4
ENGT 4050 Senior Technology Capstone 3
CSET 4850 Computer and Network Security 4
 Total Hours124
  • 1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the discipline.
  • 2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly defined engineering problems appropriate to the discipline.
  • 3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments, and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
  • 4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes.
  • 5. An ability to function effectively as a member as well as a leader on technical teams.
  • 6. An ability to apply security principles and practices to maintain operations in the presence of risks and threats.