Through the School of Interdisciplinary Informatics at the College of IS&T, NUCIA offers courses that combine information assurance concepts and theory with practical application to provide a "well rounded" approach to learning. Many courses offer supplemental labs that uncouple material taught in class and reapply it to practical problems in the STEAL labs. Each course investigates multiple domains of IA. Students graduating with degrees or concentrations in Cybersecurity/Information Assurance acquire a broad base of theory and know-how in the domains of technical, systems, policy, and even physical security.
NUCIA founded one of the first IA degree granting programs in the nation. Today, the resulting program offers Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees. Concentrations in Information Assurance are also available to Computer Science and Management Information Systems undergraduates and graduate students as well.
For more information, please visit the College of IS&T's Cybersecurity academics page here.
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