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Information Systems Programs of Study
Major in Information Security

Undergraduate Major in Information Security

The undergraduate major in Information Security is available for the Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies (BSPS).

Professional Core

9 semester hours

LDSP 368U Leadership in the Global Environment
HUM 300U Applied Ethics
MATH 300U Critical Thinking and Analysis


Required

10 semester hours

ISYS 302U Local Area Networks (LAN)
ISYS 303U IT Security
ISYS 491U IT Security Planning & Risk Management


Focus

11 semester hours from the following:

ISYS 301U Global Telecommunications Tech & Policy
ISYS 306U Systems Analysis
ISYS 307U IT Evaluation and Selection
ISYS 311U Database Design
ISYS 350U History of IT
ISYS 351U Web Design and Development
ISYS 353U Advanced Tools for Web Design & Development
ISYS 355U Computer Programming in Java
ISYS 360U Electronic Commerce
ISYS 365U Cloud Computing: Infrastructure & Services
ISYS 370U Introduction to Ethical Hacking & Pen Testing
ISYS 375U IT Control and Audit
ISYS 398U Selected Topics
ISYS 399U Independent Study
ISYS 402U Advanced Networking Topics
ISYS 450U Project Management
ISYS 490U Managing IT
ISYS 492U Consulting and Design of Online Systems
LAW 325U Cyber Law
MGMT 342U Managing Business Processes
Major in IT Management

Undergraduate Major in IT Management

The undergraduate major in IT Management is available for the Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies (BSPS).

Professional Core

9 semester hours

LDSP 368U Leadership in the Global Environment
HUM 300U Applied Ethics
MATH 300U Critical Thinking and Analysis


Required Core

10 semester hours. Select one of the following: ISYS 450U, ISYS 490U or ISYS 492U.

ISYS 306U Systems Analysis and Design
ISYS 311U Database Design/Business Intelligence
ISYS 450U Project Management
ISYS 490U Managing IT
ISYS 492U Consulting and Design of Online Systems

Focus Courses

11-12 semester hours selected from the following courses

ISYS 301U Global Telecommunications Tech and Policy
ISYS 302U Local Area Networks
ISYS 303U IT Security
ISYS 307U IT Evaluation and Selection
ISYS 350U History of IT
ISYS 351U Web Design and Development
ISYS 353U Advanced Tools for Web Design and Development
ISYS 355U Computer Programming in Java
ISYS 360U Electronic Commerce
ISYS 365U Cloud Computing: Infrastructure & Services
ISYS 370U Introduction to Ethical Hacking & Pen Testing
ISYS 375U IT Control and Audit
ISYS 398U Selected Topics
ISYS 399U Independent Study
ISYS 402U Advanced Networking Topics
ISYS 450U Project Management
ISYS 490U Managing IT
ISYS 491U IT Security Planning/Risk Management
ISYS 492U Consulting and Design of Online Systems
LAW 325U CyberLaw
MGMT 342U Managing Business Processes
Information Systems Minor

Undergraduate Minor in Information Systems

The undergraduate minor in Information Systems is available for the BSPS and BALA.

Minor

18 semester hours from the courses listed. Students considering future graduate study should check entrance requirements for several programs before making selections.

ISYS 301U Global Telecommunications Tech and Policy
ISYS 302U Local Area Networks
ISYS 303U IT Security
ISYS 306U Systems Analysis and Design
ISYS 307U IT Evaluation and Selection
ISYS 311U Database Design/Business Intelligence
ISYS 350U History of IT
ISYS 351U Web Design and Development
ISYS 353U Advanced Tools for Web Design and Development
ISYS 355U Computer Programming in Java
ISYS 360U Electronic Commerce
ISYS 365U Cloud Computing: Infrastructure & Services
ISYS 370U Introduction to Ethical Hacking & Pen Testing
ISYS 375U IT Control and Audit
ISYS 398U Selected Topics
ISYS 402U Advanced Networking Topics
ISYS 450U Project Management
ISYS 490U Managing IT
ISYS 491U IT Security Planning/Risk Management
ISYS 492U Consulting and Design of Online Systems
LAW 325U CyberLaw
MGMT 342U Managing Business Processes
Certificate in Information Security

Certificate in Information Security

An earned bachelor's degree is prerequisite to enrollment in this certificate program.

Certificate

Minimum 12 semester hours from the following. Only sections of ISYS 398U with a security focus will count toward the certificate.

ISYS 302U Local Area Networks (LAN)
ISYS 303U IT Security
ISYS 355U Computer Programming in Java
ISYS 398U Selected Topics
ISYS 402U Advanced Networking Topics
ISYS 491U IT Security Planning & Risk Management
Certificate in Information Systems

Certificate in Information Systems

An earned bachelor's degree is prerequisite to enrollment in this certificate program.

Certificate

21 semester hours from the courses listed. Students considering future graduate study should check entrance requirements for several programs before making selections. Graduate programs generally require ISYS 302U, ISYS 306U, ISYS 311U, and/or ISYS 355U as undergraduate prerequisites.

ISYS 202U Software Tools for Business
ISYS 203U Collaborative Technologies
ISYS 301U Global Telecommunications Tech and Policy
ISYS 302U Local Area Networks
ISYS 303U IT Security
ISYS 306U Systems Analysis and Design
ISYS 307U IT Evaluation and Selection
ISYS 311U Database Design/Business Intelligence
ISYS 350U History of IT
ISYS 351U Web Design and Development
ISYS 353U Advanced Tools for Web Design and Development
ISYS 355U Computer Programming in Java
ISYS 360U Electronic Commerce
ISYS 365U Cloud Computing: Infrastructure & Services
ISYS 370U Introduction to Ethical Hacking & Pen Testing
ISYS 375U IT Control & Audit
ISYS 398U Selected Topics
ISYS 399U Independent Study
ISYS 402U Advanced Network Topics
ISYS 450U Project Management
ISYS 490U Managing IT
ISYS 491U IT Security Planning/Risk Management
ISYS 492U Consulting and Design of Online Systems
LAW 325U CyberLaw
MGMT 342U Managing Business Processes

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