Bachelors of Science in Computer Science (Computer Security Concentration)
This undergraduate degree program is offered through College of Computing and Informatics (CCI). The Computer Science concentration in Computer Security is designed to supply graduates with the skills needed to prepare them for a wide range of opportunities. It gives students the ability to design and implement computing security and privacy processes, software and systems. Students use mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of such systems.
Bachelors of Science in Computing and Security Technology (CST)
This undergraduate degree program is offered through the College of Computing and Informatics (CCI). The CST program emphasizes practical, hands-on education and provides fundamental concepts that are supplemented by laboratory experience. From webmasters, content-developers, and database specialists to network and system administrators and computer systems security managers, computing technologists serve as key agents in the societal revolution that is changing us from an industrial to a digital, knowledge-based society.
Minor in Computer Crime
This undergraduate minor is offered through the College of Arts and Sciences Program in Criminology & Justice Studies. It provides students with an overview of the behavioral, legal, technical, and administrative issues faced by the criminal justice system and security communities in addressing crime involving computers and related networking technologies. The curriculum exposes students to state-of-the-art solutions used within the public and private sectors to respond to and prevent computer crime.