Undergraduate Course Descriptions
- CYBR 1100 – Introduction to Information Security
- CYBR 3350 – Security Administration - Linux
- CYBR 3370 – Security Administration - Windows
- CYBR 3570 – Cryptography
- CYBR 4360 – Foundations of Information Assurance
- CYBR 4380 – Computer and Network Forensics
- CYBR 4450 – Host-Based Vulnerability Discovery
- CYBR 4460 – Network-Based Vulnerability Discovery
- CYBR 4580 – Certification and Accreditation of Secure Systems (Capstone)
- CYBR 4950 – Internship in Information Assurance
- CYBR 4980 – Special Topics in Information Assurance
- CYBR 4990 – Independent Study in Information Assurance
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