The College of Professional Studies offers a dual bachelor of professional studies with a major in information technology and master of professional studies in the field of cybersecurity strategy and information management degree program. The program allows for double counting 9 credits between programs, thereby decreasing the number of credits normally required for the master's degree. All requirements for both degrees must be fulfilled.
Interested students should confer with their academic advisor in the fall semester of their senior year. Applications to the dual program are due in early December of the senior year.
|Credit sharing: 9 credits|
|Undergraduate course taken in the fall semester of the senior year, and corresponding graduate course waived:|
|PSIS 4142||Relational Databases and Their Design (only 3 credits of this 4-credit course are shared between program)|
|PSCS 6256||Application of Technology to Data Analytics|
|Graduate courses taken in the spring semester of the senior year, and corresponding undergraduate courses waived:|
& PSCS 6270
|Information Systems Protection|
and Capstone Project
& PSIS 4192
|Information and Network Security|
and Capstone Project and Senior Thesis II