The ITAA program provides the opportunity for graduate students to teach introductory-level undergraduate courses if:
- They are in the second semester of graduate study or beyond.
- They have had a personal interview with the program director and been assigned to teach.
- They have enrolled in MAS501 (Graduate Instructor Orientation) in their first semester.
Please visit this webpage for detailed information about other scholarships.
Cybersecurity (Master of Science, M.S.)
|CSC 520||Advance Networking and Network Administration||3|
|CSC 550||Applied Cryptography||3|
|CSC 570||Ethical Hacking||3|
|CSC 580||Cloud Computing Security||3|
|CSC 590||Information Technology Project Management||3|
|CSC 615||Routing and Switching||3|
|CSC 625||Network Information Systems Security||3|
|CSC 630||Database Management and Security||3|
|CSC 635||Software and Computer Security||3|
|MAT 609||Technical Analysis for Decision Making||3|
|Total Credit Hours||30|
- Filing of an approved Application for Graduation.
- Satisfactory completion of all required coursework as listed on the approved Program of Study.
- Earn a minimum overall GPA of 3.0, with no more than 6 credit hours of C in all required coursework.
- Acquire an industrial certificate. (Appropriate certificates are determined by the Cybersecurity faculty)