Cybersecurity Courses

BIS 510 - Network & Systems Security Fundamentals

Developing Skills needed to effectively and accurately analyze security risks related to networks and related systems, including issues of authenticity, confidentiality, integrity, and availability.


BIS 512 - Cybersecurity Analysis

Using behavioral analytics and tools to improve IT security. Configuring and using threat detection tools and performing data analysis.

BIS 521 - Governance, Risk, & Compliance in Cybersecurity

Investigating external and internal threats that compromise data and digitized intellectual property. Implementing effective policies for mitigating risks and security and remediation measures in organizations.

BIS 523 - Cybercrime Forensics

Introduction to cybercrime and computer forensics. Exploring laws regulating electronic evidences along with establishing the basis for gathering electronic digital evidence and artifacts.

BIS 525 - Managing Security & Privacy in the Cloud

Exploring cloud computing concepts, frameworks, and security/privacy issues related to cloud deployments. Evaluating relevant security approaches, security architecture, and cloud security policy and requirements.


BIS 530 - Cybersecurity, Systems, and Network Certification

Building upon the ten security domains, uses the essential preparation tools and techniques to become a Certified Information Systems Security Professional.



Programs with Cybersecurity Courses

Cybersecurity Prerequisites:

  • BIS 502
  • BIS 510


BS Information Systems Major with Option B: Cybersecurity:

  • BIS 512 (and two of the following)
  • BIS 521
  • BIS 523
  • BIS 525


Master of Science in Information Systems with Cybersecurity Track:

  • BIS 512 (and two of the following)
  • BIS 521
  • BIS 523
  • BIS 525


Undergraduate Certificate in Cybersecurity:

  • BIS 512
  • BIS 521
  • BIS 523
  • BIS 525
  • BIS 530


Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity

  • BIS 512
  • BIS 521
  • BIS 523
  • BIS 525
  • BIS 530