The Information Security concentration prepares students to meet the security needs of industry and government through coursework that provides a thorough understanding of security, privacy and cryptographic techniques and protocols used in computing and communication.
This concentration requires the following courses:
- CS 43203 SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING
- CS 45203 COMPUTER NETWORK SECURITY
- CS 47205 INFORMATION SECURITY
- CS 47221 INTRODUCTION TO CRYPTOLOGY
- CS 49901 CAPSTONE PROJECT
It also requires one concentration elective chosen from the following list:
- CS 43401 SECURE PROGRAMMING
- CS 47206 DATA SECURITY AND PRIVACY
- CS 47207 DIGITAL FORENSICS
The formal concentration requirements are listed in the University Catalog, but the following degree diagram gives an informal view of the degree with this concentration for the current academic year. Links to higher-quality PDF versions of the degree diagram for recent years are given at the bottom of the page.