Minor in Security Technology

About the Minor

The demand for individuals with security related skills is increasing and essential in today's internet-dominated society. Computer and information systems managers are becoming more involved with the security of data, responsible for sophisticated and more efficient computer networks, and increasingly more complex websites and intranets. The minor in Security Technology combines basic courses in security and technology required to help organizations keep their computer systems secure.

Any student in any major can benefit from a minor in Security Technology. Graduates with such background knowledge are prepared to actively participate in the application of security technology within the major area of study.

The minor is available to all University students in good standing with the exception of students majoring in Computing and Security Technology.

Program Requirements

CT 140Network Administration I3.0
CT 201Information Technology Security I3.0
CT 210Open Server I3.0
CT 301Information Technology Security II3.0
CT 312Access Control and Intrusion Detection Technology3.0
CT 412Information Technology Security Policies3.0
INFO 101Introduction to Computing and Security Technology3.0
Security Technology Elective, Select 1 of the following:3.0
Security Management Practice
Network Auditing Tools
Information Technology Security Risk Assessment
Disaster Recovery and Continuity Planning
Total Credits24.0

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For more information, please visit the College of Computing & Informatics website.

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