Undergraduate Certificate in Protection and Defense of Computer Networks
The College of Professional Studies is not accepting applications for this program at this time.
The certificate in protection and defense of computer networks is designed for students with associate’s or non-technical bachelor’s degrees who wish to learn about current, state-of-the-art protection technologies. Upon the completion of this program, students are able to identify, analyze, and mitigate potential threats to information technology systems or computer networks.
Specific admission requirements can be found on the Graduate Program Finder.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 18 credits in required courses.
|PSCS 4101||Introduction to Protection Technologies|
|PSCS 4102||Intrusion Detection and Vulnerability Management|
|PSCS 4103||Securing Operating Systems|
|PSCS 4104||Securing Network Devices|
|PSCS 4105||Cyber Defense Techniques Practicum|