Certificate in Computing and Security Technology
The Certificate in Computing Security is designed for computing technology professionals who have a BS degree in Computing Technology or considerable experience in the area, and who are seeking a career change or professional advancement with an additional focus on security.
The curriculum provides a deep understanding of the basic security-related issues and technologies as well as the flexibility to choose additional areas of study tailored to the needs of the individual student.
For additional information about this certificate program, visit the Goodwin School of Technology and Professional Studies web site.
|CT 300||Security Technology Models and Architecture I||3.0|
|CT 312||Access Control and Intrusion Detection Technology||3.0|
|CT 325||Operating System Security Architecture I||3.0|
|CT 336||Internet Protocol Security and Virtual Private Network Technology||3.0|
|CT 402||Network Security II||3.0|
|CT 472||Security Defense Countermeasures||3.0|
|Select two of the following:||6.0|
|Computer Forensics I: Fundamentals|
|Security and Information Warfare|
|Public Key Infrastructure Technology|
|Security Management Practice|
|Operating System Security Architecture II|
|Wireless Network Security Technology|
|Network Auditing Tools|
|Information Technology Security Risk Assessment|
|Information Technology Security Policies|
|Disaster Recovery and Continuity Planning|
|Incident Response Best Practices|
|Information Technology Security Systems Audits|