This comprehensive, interdisciplinary program will prepare you as an expert in information assurance. You will be equipped with information security technologies and knowledge to support and protect the nation's information infrastructure and conduct advanced research. You will develop skills in both management and technical areas.
Students eligible to apply for the Scholarship for Service scholarship from the National Science Foundation and the Department of Homeland Security, a two-year grant that includes a $64,000 stipend, tuition, books, health insurance and travel to a cybersecurity job fair. Offered as a five year undergraduate/graduate combined program through the Information Systems Track. Designed for part-time or full-time students. Pre-requisite courses are available for those lacking an information systems or computer science background. Offered through the Department of Information Systems together with the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology. Five-year track students are eligible to apply for one of 45 National Science Foundation STEM scholarships, a two-year grant that includes a $12,000 stipend.
All faculty hold a Ph.D. in their field. Designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cybersecurity by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. Designed using the Association for Computing and Machinery Model Curriculum and Guidelines and the National Security Agency Guidelines and Requirements.
Requirements and Details
A baccalaureate degree in information systems, computer science, computer engineering, computer networking, telecommunication or related programs is preferred.
Lack of an information systems or computer science background is usually not a major concern, since prerequisite courses are available if needed.
A background in the sciences and mathematics is essential.
Strong communication skills, verbal and written are needed for coursework demands.
Fully-qualified applicants will have taken courses that cover the following topics:
Database modeling, network structure/architecture Operating systems, theory Discrete structures and one year of programming Statistics
A baccalaureate degree in information systems, computer science, computer engineering, computer networking, telecommunication or related programs is preferred.Lack of an information systems or computer science background is usually not a major concern, since prerequisite courses are available if needed. A background in the sciences and mathematics is essential.
Recipient: St. Cloud State University
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