Computer Forensics & Security Curriculum

Bachelor of Science in Computer Forensics & Security

Minimum of 67-68 credit hours as follows:

CIS 103: Computer Applications in Business
CIS 202: Introduction to Computer Studies
CIS 205: Web Publishing
CIS 207: PC Internals 
CIS 213: Networking I 
CIS 215: Programming Fundamentals with Java (4)
CIS 248: Computer Forensics Techniques
CIS 284: Operating Systems
CIS 310: Servers
CIS 332: Database Systems I 
CIS 338: Security I 
CIS 340: Network Forensics & Security
CIS 360: Penetration Techniques
CIS 438: Security II 
CIS 495: Information Policy (1)
SCJ 110: Intro to Criminal Justice
SCJ 211: Criminal Law
SCJ 212: Criminal Procedure
SCJ 316: Forensics

*Plus 12 elective credits of CIS courses. Nine of the twelve credits must be 300-level or higher. No more than a total of three credits of one-credit CIS courses will be allowed for elective credit. UDMA 230-Introduction to Statistics is the preferred math course. 

Minor in Computer Security

Minimum of 24-25 credit hours as follows:

CIS 202: Introduction to Computer Studies
CIS 213: Networking I 
CIS 248: Computer Forensics Techniques
CIS 284: Operating Systems
CIS 338: Security I 
CIS 340: Network Forensics & Security
CIS 360: Penetration Techniques
CIS 438: Security II