The minor in Computer Security is intended to provide an introduction to the technologies, issues, and limitations of Computer Security in the context of both computer science and information security in general. The minor consists of the seven courses shown below. Students with prior programming experience are encouraged to customize this minor by proposing other technical courses in place of all or part of the lower-division sequence of EGR 115 followed by CS 125.
|EGR 115||Introduction to Computing for Engineers||3|
|or CS 118||Fundamentals of Computer Programming|
|CS 125||Computer Science I||4|
|CS 303||Network Security||3|
|CS 315||Data Structures and Analysis of Algorithms||3|
|CS 317||Files and Database Systems||3|
|CS 420||Operating Systems||3|
|CS 432||Information and Computer Security||3|
Note: This minor is not open to students pursuing a degree in Software Engineering or Cyber Intelligence and Security.