Computing Technology

Courses

CT 100 Microcomputer Hardware 3.0 Credits

This course imparts to the student knowledge of microcomputer hardware by providing instruction on system configuration, installation, upgrades, diagnosis, repair, preventive maintenance, and safety.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 120 Microcomputer Operating System 3.0 Credits

Prepares students for DOS/Windows with a brief introduction to networking. Students learn installation procedures and how to deal with current and legacy systems, create and use emergency boot systems, and manage printers and other devices. Students install Windows operating systems, manage window devices and configuration utilities, use the FDISK utility, perform backups, manage system files, configure network and internet access, and troubleshoot operating system errors.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 100 [Min Grade: D]

CT 140 Network Administration I 3.0 Credits

Students gain an understanding of terminology, technology, and issues involved in implementing networks. Topic include: understanding the OSI 7 layer model; concepts of servers and clients; network hardware/software functions; basics of TCP/IP protocol, main types of network topologies (bus, ring, star and mesh); and share and access network resources (files, printers, etc.).

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 100 [Min Grade: D] or INFO 101 [Min Grade: D]

CT 200 Server I 3.0 Credits

Topics include advanced PC hardware and server issues, including RAID, SCSI, troubleshooting and problem determination, upgrading, configuration, and disaster recovery. The second part of this course is an introduction to Apache Server concepts. Topics include: installations, configuration and administration in environments such as Windows and Linux.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 100 [Min Grade: D] or INFO 101 [Min Grade: D]

CT 210 Open Server I 3.0 Credits

Introduces students to the principles and practices of administering a Linux server. Students will: install, verify, and modify software packages, access resources on other servers, configure NFS, integrate Linux servers with other platforms, setup DNS, configure network interfaces, examine system scripts, examine boot options and Graphical User Interfaces.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 212 Computer Forensics I: Fundamentals 3.0 Credits

This course presents the theory, methodology and hands-on labs necessary for students to become competent in the basics of computer forensics. Topics covered include: understanding computer investigations, the investigators, laboratory, current forensics tools, digital evidence controls and processing crime.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 214 Computer Forensics II: Forensics and Investigations 3.0 Credits

Students will learn what computer forensics and investigation is as a profession and gain an understanding of the overall investigative process. Disk structures and operating system architectures are analyzed. Topics include the importance of the digital evidence control process and how to process crime and corporate scenes, data acquisition of single and RAID systems, computer forensics analysis, e-mail investigations, investigative report writing and expert witness requirements.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 212 [Min Grade: D]

CT 215 Computer Forensics III: Advanced Computer Forensics 3.0 Credits

This course provides a solid foundation and advanced topics for students who will soon be in the field conducting computer forensic investigations, public or private. This course will introduce computer forensics to non-traditional devices such as smart phones and other non-traditional devices. Advanced topics include live memory analysis, anti-forensic techniques and portable media analysis including iPhones, Blackberrys and other smart phones. This course will use current open source and commercial tools.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 214 [Min Grade: D]

CT 220 Database I 3.0 Credits

Extensive introduction to data server technology, concepts of relational databases and SQL. Best engineering practices utilizing DFD, ERD, CRUD, TIC charts. Data-dictionary utilization, use of primary keys, and the first three forms of normalization. Students are expected to create and maintain database objects and to store, retrieve, and manipulate data.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 222 Security and Information Warfare 3.0 Credits

This course presents the theory and methodology of Information Warfare and Security. Topics covered include: intellectual property crimes; computer fraud; harassment; embezzlement; eavesdropping; sabotage; surveillance; identity theft; incident handling; terrorism; and the protection of critical infrastructure. The course requires critical thinking and analysis of topics.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 225 Data Mining Technology for Security 3.0 Credits

The course focuses on data mining technology used to combat crime. Students learn the theory of various searching techniques and criminal detection tactics and acquire fundamental knowledge of investigative data mining techniques.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 230 Web Development I 3.0 Credits

This course begins with an overview of the history of the internet. We examine how the Internet has changed modern society. Using XHTML, students acquire the skills needed to develop, design and create web pages. This course develops functional knowledge of microcomputer use beyond computer literacy, and examines fundamental networking concepts like TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, IMAP, etc.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 240 Web Development II 3.0 Credits

This course will focus on building an understanding of JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheets. Students will learn the basics of each language and apply them to the development of interactive and versatile page designs. The class culminates in a web site that integrates the use of both technologies that offers two different layouts, one ¿standard¿ and one ¿accessible¿ with JavaScript used to control which is displayed in the browser window. The course also has an overview of the foundations and theory of XML and XLST.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 230 [Min Grade: D]

CT 290 Client Side Programming 3.0 Credits

This course emphasizes becoming productive quickly as an Object-Oriented client-side programmer. Students learn how to create real-world Object-Oriented GUI applications using Java or Visual BASIC.Net. Topics include: Programming Environment; Fundamental Programming Structures; Objects and Classes; Inheritance; Interface Components; Event Handling; Applets; Debugging; and Graphics Programming.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 295 Public Key Infrastructure Technology 3.0 Credits

Practical knowledge of public key infrastructure. Topics include: symmetric & asymmetric cryptography, hashes, digital signatures and certificates, PKI basics & services, key and certificate life cycles, PKIX, protocols and formatting standards, trust models, authentication methods and deployment.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: CT 320 [Min Grade: D]

CT 300 Security Technology Models and Architecture I 3.0 Credits

Presents theory and techniques utilized by IT Security professionals to secure a wide range of diversified platforms. Focuses on solutions for securing web servers, code, communications, applications, and databases.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: CT 380 [Min Grade: D]

CT 310 Open Server II 3.0 Credits

Presents an in depth study of server administration utilizing the Linux Operating System. Topics covered include: shell environments, shell program structures, executions, variables, positional parameters, special shell variables, and shell programming statements. In addition the course will examine shell conditional statements, looping constructs, interrupt handling, and debugging tools.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 210 [Min Grade: D]

CT 312 Access Control and Intrusion Detection Technology 3.0 Credits

Fundamental theory and methodology of intrusion detection systems. Using intrusion detection systems to secure corporate and personal networks against attacks. Hands-on laboratory experience using an in-depth, open-source network intrusion detection system.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 420 [Min Grade: D]

CT 315 Security Management Practice 3.0 Credits

Managerial issues involved in the daily operations of an IT Security department. Topics include staffing, budgets, job descriptions, long term planning, resource allocation, training of security personnel, motivational techniques, interaction with other departments including upper management.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman or Pre-Junior or Sophomore

CT 320 Server II 3.0 Credits

This course is designed to introduce the Microsoft Windows Server Operating System. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to implement, administer and troubleshoot in a network environment. The course will cover installation, administration of resources, monitoring and optimizing system performance, implementing, managing and troubleshooting hardware device drivers, managing data storage, setting up and configuring users, groups, policies and resources.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 200 [Min Grade: D]

CT 325 Operating System Security Architecture I 3.0 Credits

This course provides requisite knowledge to perform network security within a Windows based computing environment. Topics include: how Assets are Attacked and Secured, Trusted Computing Bases, Cryptography, Protecting Web Servers, Security for Web Browsers, Database Security, Protecting DNS, Security Policies and Procedures.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman or Pre-Junior or Sophomore

CT 326 Operating System Security Architecture II 3.0 Credits

Provides students with the knowledge necessary to design a security framework for small, medium and enterprise networks utilizing Windows based computing technologies. Design and implementation of an effective network security plan based on an organization's business needs. Topics include: GPO's, AD, and Auditing.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: CT 320 [Min Grade: D] and CT 325 [Min Grade: D]

CT 330 Network Administration II 3.0 Credits

Course covers both theoretical knowledge and hands-on exercises for networking using CISCO hardware. Topics include: Extending Switched Networks with VLANS; Determining IP Traffic with Access Lists; Establishing Point-to-Point Connections; and Establishing Frame Relay Connections.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 140 [Min Grade: D]

CT 335 Mobile Applications 3.0 Credits

Provides students with an understanding of mobile technologies and the components for building and testing mobile applications. Topics covered include: mobile frameworks, plugins, mobile device storage, visual design and user interfaces for mobile applications, device sensors, and compression.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 230 [Min Grade: D] or INFO 152 [Min Grade: D] or CS 265 [Min Grade: D]

CT 336 Internet Protocol Security and Virtual Private Network Technology 3.0 Credits

Technological components of IP Security and underlying architecture. Theory of symmetric-key cryptographic algorithms, including AES, CAST, Blowfish, IDEA, RC2, RC5, and Skipjack. Understanding of PKI infrastructure and the managed certificate protocol. Implementing VPN solutions in a variety of scenarios.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 140 [Min Grade: D] and CT 420 [Min Grade: D]

CT 339 Computing and Security Technology Practicum 3.0 Credits

This course provides an opportunity to gain professional experience in the CST field.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is CT.

CT 340 Operating Systems Architecture I 3.0 Credits

Students learn to set up and support MS Windows Operating System. Students gain experience in installing, administering, implementing and troubleshooting this TCP/IP Protocol. Explain data system security through group policy and encryption of files system.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 350 Network Administration III 3.0 Credits

This class gives successful student important knowledge and skills necessary to select, connect, configure, and troubleshoot the various CISCO networking devices. Topics include: Extending Switched Networks with VLANS; Determining IP Routes; Managing IP Traffic with Access Lists; Establishing Point-to-Point Connections; and Establishing Frame Relay Connections.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 330 [Min Grade: D]

CT 355 Wireless Network Security Technology 3.0 Credits

Theory, methodology and hands-on labs relating to the unique security issues of Wireless Networks. Limitations and risks of Wireless Networks. Use of audit and exploit tools to discover security flaws. Protocol and signal vulnerabilities. Methods to secure such vulnerabilities.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 420 [Min Grade: D]

CT 360 Operating Systems Architecture II 3.0 Credits

The knowledge base and skill sets presented in this course are foundations for support professional who are new to the Microsoft Windows O/S architecture and/or who will be responsible for installing, configuring, managing, and supporting a network infrastructure that uses the Microsoft Windows Server products.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 320 [Min Grade: D] and CT 340 [Min Grade: D]

CT 362 Network Auditing Tools 3.0 Credits

Theory, methodology and hands-on labs relating to Network Auditing. The course relies on advanced multi-functional network auditing tools to uncover Network Security problems, with the purpose of eliminating these vulnerabilities.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 420 [Min Grade: D]

CT 370 Object Oriented Systems Analysis 3.0 Credits

This course is designed to increase knowledge of the software development process with a focus on requirements gathering and documentation. UML notation is used. In addition to object-oriented analysis, techniques include the use of conceptual object models, use cases, and business process modeling.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 375 Database II 3.0 Credits

This course examines inserting, updating and deleting data. Subqueries are explored in detail along with the use of many Oracle intrinsic single row and group functions. Joints, merge, views, foreign keys, and compound primary keys are all studied in depth.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 220 [Min Grade: D]

CT 380 Operating Systems Architecture III 3.0 Credits

Students learn network administration skills including: how to configure and troubleshoot client computers; network printing; Active Directory; file sharing; Internet connection and services; remote access; and network security.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 360 [Min Grade: D]

CT 382 Applied Cryptography 3.0 Credits

This course presents the theory, methods, strengths, weaknesses, and effective strategies necessary for students to acquire a fundamental knowledge of Cryptography and Stenography. This is a hands-on course utilizing several tools and software programs. Emphasis is placed on formulating effective strategies, such as when and how to protect computer data.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 385 Web Development III 3.0 Credits

Students will acquire skills to develop, design and produce Web pages using Dreamweaver and Flash. Using software, students will construct a multimedia website, incorporating Flash movie elements, interactivity, and sounds.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 240 [Min Grade: D]

CT 388 Topics in Computing Technology I 3.0 Credits

This course will cover special topics of interest to students in the Computing Technology Major. May be repeated for credit.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Can be repeated 4 times for 12 credits

CT 389 Topics in Computing Technology II 3.0 Credits

This course will cover special topics of interest to students in the Computing Technology Major. May be repeated for credit.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Can be repeated 4 times for 12 credits

CT 390 Server Side Programming 3.0 Credits

This class is designed to provide students with intensive hands-on experience in using server-side technology to develop Web applications. Server-side programming, sometimes called servlets, is a powerful hybrid of the Common Gateway Interface (CGI) and lower-level server APU programming such as NSAPI from Netscape and ISAPI from Microsoft.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 290 [Min Grade: D]

CT 392 Web Development IV 3.0 Credits

Students will acquire skills to develop, design, and produce a functional dynamic Web site on ASP. An e-commerce web site is developed in the classroom to apply dynamic theory and practice. In addition, exploration of intellectual property, copyright, trademark, and privacy issues as they relate to web development are included.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Can be repeated 1 times for 6 credits
Prerequisites: CT 385 [Min Grade: D]

CT 393 Information Technology Security Risk Assessment 3.0 Credits

This course addresses risk management methodology, the specific procedures for determining assets valuation, vulnerabilities, and threats. Risk migration methods that security professional use to protect valuable IT assets will also be studies. Issues, designed to foster critical thinking, are explored, as well as the standardized approaches to risk management.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 395 Information Technology Security I 3.0 Credits

This class is a hands-on introduction of key security concepts such as authentication, malware and attacks, security in transmissions (including wireless). Cryptography, PKI and security analysis and planning (including risk management). Security policy, law on computer security violations.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 400 Network Security 3.0 Credits

This class focuses on the security aspects of networks. Topics covered: intrusion detection, VPN, and Firewalls. This course is designed to provide students with the necessary skills and information aligned with Securing Networks.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 330 [Min Grade: D]

CT 402 Network Security II 3.0 Credits

Theory, methodology of Security firewalls, Topics include: firewall models, user interfaces, feature sets, interfaces, routing, IP addressing services, IP multicast support, monitoring with SNMP, authentication, authorization, and accounting, address translation, traffic content filtering, application inspection, traffic shunning, and firewall failover.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman or Sophomore
Prerequisites: CT 400 [Min Grade: D]

CT 405 Enterprise Programming 3.0 Credits

This course covers the main aspects of Enterprise Component Architecture to build reliable, scalable and portable enterprise-wide distributed application. All architecture discussions, examples and exercises are described according to Object-oriented Analysis & Design (OOAD) principles and using the Unified Modeling Language (UML) notation OOAD and UML are briefly introduced, too.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 390 [Min Grade: D]

CT 407 Network Security III 3.0 Credits

In-depth coverage of VPN technology, using different encryption schemes, certificates (PKI Theory, certificate creation and implementation), integration with routers, router management, advanced techniques in encryption and virtual private networking, user defined tracking, load balancing and firewall synchronization.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 402 [Min Grade: D]

CT 410 Linux III 3.0 Credits

All the key core elements of the Linux operating system: network configurations, recovery planning. TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, Apache, Security, and email. These are the typical day-to-day administrative and maintenance issues and tasks commonly faced by Linux system administrators.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 310 [Min Grade: D]

CT 412 Information Technology Security Policies 3.0 Credits

This course presents the theory and legal issues necessary for students to acquire fundamental knowledge of Computer Policies for information Security. Topics covered include: E-mail, Employee Privacy, Labor Organization Activities (Fair Use), Avoiding Discrimination and Harassment, Copyright, Defamation, Spamming, Trade Secrets & Confidential Information, Attorney-Client communication via E-mail, Computer Security, Preventing Waste of a Computer Resources, Essentials for Good Policy, and Ensuring Compliance.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 415 Disaster Recovery and Continuity Planning 3.0 Credits

Disaster Recovery & Continuity Planning specific to Emergency Recovery Procedures. Techniques for development of disaster recovery plans, procedures and testing methods. Strategies used by businesses to assure that sensitive data will not be lost in the event of a disaster. Techniques used to manage potential risk within multiple environments.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 420 Information Technology Security II 3.0 Credits

This course focuses on network security. Students will gain hands-on experience in the areas of Internet vulnerabilities, analyzing intrusion signatures, risk analysis, designing and configuring firewall systems, router security, Attack and Defense Techniques, IP and Packet structure and analysis, creating a security policy, operating system security for Windows and Linux.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 395 [Min Grade: D]

CT 422 Incident Response Best Practices 3.0 Credits

Theory and legal issues necessary for students to acquire fundamental knowledge of how to design an effective Incident Response Policy. Topics include forming and Incident Response Team, types of responses, legal issues, training employees, selecting tools, honey pots, computer attacks, and the cost of an incident.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

CT 425 Database III 3.0 Credits

This course is an introduction to Oracle¿s PL/SQL programming language. Anonymous blocks, PL/SQL constructs, stored procedures and functions are examined in depth.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 375 [Min Grade: D]

CT 427 E-Commerce and Web Security Technology 3.0 Credits

In-depth understanding of security problems and risks specific to e-Commerce on web servers. Implementation of advanced security technologies specific to e-Commerce. Design of secure Web Sites, mobile commerce applications, electronic payment systems, address communication security. Web- and Java-related security issues.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 420 [Min Grade: D]

CT 430 Database IV 3.0 Credits

This course introduces packages along with program unit dependencies. Triggers and Oracle-supplied packages are examined in detail. Time is also allocated for performance tuning specifically utilizing the Oracle tables.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 425 [Min Grade: D]

CT 431 Project Management 3.0 Credits

This course teaches how to develop project management plans; develop an understanding of the risks inherent in project development; and be able to evolve coping strategies to deal effectively with projects that go off track. Areas covered include: Project Definition, Project Risk, Project Planning, Risk Assessment, Critical Path, and Cost Management.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Junior or Senior.

CT 432 Information Technology Security Systems Audits 3.0 Credits

This course presents the theory, methodology, procedures and hands-on labs necessary for students to acquire a fundamental working knowledge of IT System Audits. Students learn how to discover system vulnerabilities with proper audit procedures, and how to document their findings properly for upper management.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 420 [Min Grade: D]

CT 435 Database V 3.0 Credits

Students with a foundation in the Oracle database continue their student of the application and how to insure its functionality. Topics in this course include: backup and recovery analysis and options, recovery structures and processes, backup configuration, manual backup, automated backup, archiving, utilities, Recovery Manger catalog design and maintenance, RMAN, standby databases, Alert and Trace files, dynamic performance, cache, logs, I/O, shared pool, blocks, rollbacks, optimizing sort operations and multithreaded server tuning.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 430 [Min Grade: D]

CT 438 Database VI 3.0 Credits

This course provides instruction in the operations of the Oracle database. It presents the day-to-day duties of the database administration, from initialization parameters and table space storage, to data integrity, constraints, and user profiles.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 435 [Min Grade: C]

CT 472 Security Defense Countermeasures 3.0 Credits

Theory, methodology and hands-on labs relating to Defense Countermeasures. Understanding the reasons that lead to system vulnerabilities and how criminals exploit those vulnerabilities. Labs that utilize security software to conduct penetration testing, audits, and system vulnerability tests will be taught.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CT 420 [Min Grade: D]

CT 491 Senior Project I 3.0 Credits

This course is an independent project which small student teams determines and scopes an appropriate computing technology project that can be completed within the constraints of time and resources under faculty guidance. The objective of the course is to provide specifications and requirements for the team project.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Senior.

CT 496 Senior Project II 3.0 Credits

This course is a continuation of Senior Project I. In this course, student-teams are required to implement theirs project specifications and requirements developed in the previous course.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Senior.
Prerequisites: CT 491 [Min Grade: D]

CT I199 Independent Study in CST 12.0 Credits

Self-directed within the area of study requiring intermittent consultation with a designated instructor.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

CT I299 Independent Study in CST 12.0 Credits

Self-directed within the area of study requiring intermittent consultation with a designated instructor.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

CT I399 Independent Study in CST 0.5-9.0 Credits

Provides individual study or research in computing and security technology with faculty supervision. This course may be repeated for credit.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Can be repeated 2 times for 6 credits

CT I499 Independent Study in CST 12.0 Credits

Self-directed within the area of study requiring intermittent consultation with a designated instructor.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

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