IA Degree Programs with Course Descriptions for Sixteen Community Colleges and Two Universities

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1 IA Degree Programs with Course Descriptions f Sixteen Community Colleges and Two Universities Ancillary document from the 2011 ACM ITiCSE Wking Group on Infmation Assurance Education at Two- and Four-Year Institutions Darmstadt, Germany 6/30/2011 The infmation in this document was obtained from each college s most recent online catalogue.

2 Infmation Assurance Education in Two- and Four-Year Institutions Lance C. Pérez Leader University of Nebraska 209N SEC Lincoln, NE Susanne Wetzel Co-Leader Stevens Institute of Technology Castle Point on Hudson Hoboken, NJ John Impagliazzo Hofstra University Two Meadow Glen Road Ft Salonga, NY Stephen Cooper Co-Leader Stanfd University 353 Serra Mall Stanfd, CA Joel Brynielsson Royal Institute of Technology SE Stockholm Sweden Youry Khmelevsky CSAIL, The Stata Center Mass Institute of Technology 32 Vassar Str., Cambridge, MA Elizabeth K. Hawthne Co-Leader Union County College 1033 Springfield Ave Cranfd, NJ Asım Genҫ er Gökce TÜBİTAK / BİLGEM / UEKAE TR-CERT Gebze, Kocaeli, Turkey Karl Klee Alfred State College 10 Upper College Drive Alfred, NY Margaret Leary Nthern Virginia Community College Cove Lane Dumfries, VA Blair Tayl Towson University 8000 Yk Road Towson, MD Amelia Philips Highline Community College MS 29-3 PO Box Des Moines, WA Shambhu Upadhyaya 201 Bell Hall University at Buffalo Buffalo, NY Nbert Pohlmann Institute f Internet Security University of Applied Sciences Neidenburger Str. 43, Gelsenkirchen, Germany

3 Contents Two-Year Colleges Total Credits CAE2Y Page Anne Arundel Community College, MD 63 Yes 1 A.A.S. degree in Infmation Assurance and Cybersecurity The Community College of Baltime County, MD 65 Yes 3 A.A.S. degree in Infmation Systems Security Hagerstown Community College, MD 68 Yes 5 AAS degree in Infmation Systems Technology with a Computer Fensics Concentration Oklahoma City Community College, OK 61 Yes 9 A.S. degree in Computer Science - Cyber/Infmation Security (university parallel) Oklahoma City Community College, OK 61 Yes 11 A.A.S. degree in Computer Science - Cyber/Infmation Security Concentration Owens Community College, OH 64 Yes 15 A.A.B. degree in System Security and Infmation Assurance Whatcom Community College, WA 90* Yes 19 A.S. degree in Computer Infmation Systems (career) Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College, NC 74 No 21 A.A.S. degree in Infmation Systems Security Bossier Parish Community College, LA 63 No 23 A.A.S. degree in Infmation Netwk Security Specialist Broome Community College, NY 66 No 27 A.A.S. in Computer Security and Fensics Craven Community College, NC 76 No 29 A.A.S. degree in Infmation System Security Gwinnett Technical College, GA 68 No 33 A.A.S. degree in Infmation Security Specialist Harrisburg Area Community College, PA 68 No 37 A.S. in Computer Infmation Security (transfer) i

4 Total Credits CAE2Y Page Two-Year Colleges continued Highline Community College, WA 91* No 41 A.A.S. Degree in Data Recovery / Fensics Specialist Highline Community College, WA 92* No 45 A.A.S. Degree in Netwking Specialist Nthern Virginia Community College, VA 67 No 49 A.A.S. in Infmation Systems Technology with a Netwk Security concentration Transfer Universities Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology NA 51 B.T. in Infmation Assurance and Fensics Pennsylvania State University, PA College of Technology NA 55 B.S. in Infmation Technology: Infmation Assurance and Security Concentration * denotes quarter credits Notes: 1. The A.S. degree program at Oklahoma City Community College transfers into the B.T. degree program at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology. 2. The A.S. degree program at Harrisburg Area Community College transfers into the B.S. degree program at Pennsylvania State University, PA College of Technology. 3. Degree programs listed in notes 1 and 2 above are heavy on general education and suppting courses. Also each program in 1 and 2 above only requires one security course. The rest of the security courses will be completed at the transfer institution. 4. Fourteen of the IA associate degree programs are career-iented, while two are transferiented. Seven have achieved the institutional CAE2Y designation from the National Security Agency (NSA). 5. CAE2Y designations were retrieved from the official NSA Central Security Service website at Accding to the website, there are only 13 CAE2Ys designated among the approximate 1,200 community colleges nationwide. ii

5 Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, MD A.A.S. degree in Infmation Assurance and Cybersecurity Anne Arundel Community College offers an AAS degree, certificates and stand-alone courses that prepare students f positions in the cyber security field f transfer to four-year institutions. The AAS degree program prepares students f entry-level career in infmation systems security. The program emphasizes computer security and infmation assurance concepts augmented with current industry standard techniques. Topics cover threats and vulnerabilities, prevention at the technical (hardware and software) and human levels, detection, response, and management aspects of security. Anne Arundel Community College was the first community college in the country certified by the National Security Agency (NSA) and Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) to map its courses to the 4011 standard. Subsequently, NSA/CNSS also certified AACC's curriculum to map to the 4013 standard. Anne Arundel Community College has achieved the CAE2Y designation. General Education Courses Students must complete (ENG 111 and ENG 112) (ENG 115 and ENG 116) ENG 121. ENG 111 Composition and Introduction to Literature I (3 semester credits) ENG 112 Composition and Introduction to Literature II (3 semester credits) ENG 115 Composition and Introduction to Literature f Non-native Speakers I (3 semester credits) ENG 116 Composition and Introduction to Literature f Non-native Speakers II (3 semester credits) ENG 121 Composition and Literature (3 semester credits) Health/Fitness/Wellness elective (3 semester credits) Biological and Physical Science elective (3-4 semester credits) Social and Behavial Science elective (3 semester credits) Students may satisfy the college s Diversity requirement simultaneously as they satisfy the social and behavial science requirement. CSI 113 Theies and Applications of Digital Technology (4 semester credits) Students will learn computing and infmation technology concepts and skills that are fundamental to social, personal, business and academic environments. Topics include the Internet, netwking, hardware, software, security, privacy, ethics and emerging technologies. Hands-on lab experiences in wd processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentations are included using Microsoft Office applications and the Windows operating system. This course satisfies the college s Computer Competency requirement. CSI 194 Ethics and the Infmation Age (3 semester credits) This course covers ethics and mal philosophy as a means f providing a framewk f ethically grounded decision making in the infmation age. This course is a Program requirement that satisfies the college s Arts and Humanities requirement. Suppting Courses MAT 131 College Algebra ( me advanced if qualified) (3-4 semester credits) This course covers linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions with applications; systems of linear equations; matrices; linear programming; and business applications

6 Technical Courses CSI 130 Microcomputer Operating Systems (3 semester credits) Topics include DOS and Windows operating environments including basic and advanced operations and the use of system utilities, UNIX/LINUX command structures and operations using the Windows graphical user interface. CSI 157 Netwking 1 (4 semester credits) This course introduces students to the netwking field. The course focuses on netwk terminology and protocols, localarea netwks (LANs), wide-area netwks (WANs), open system interconnection (OSI) models, cabling, cabling tools, routers, router programming, ethernet, internet protocol (IP) addressing and netwk standards. In addition, instruction and training are provided in the proper care, maintenance, and use of netwking software, tools, and equipment and all local, state, and federal safety, building and environmental codes and regulations. CSI 158 Netwking 2 (4 semester credits) The course focuses on initial router configuration, Cisco IOS Software management, routing protocol configuration, transmission control protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP), and access control lists (ACLs). Students will develop skills on how to configure a router, managing Cisco IOS software, configuring routing protocol on routers, and set the access lists to control the access to routers. CSI 165 Netwk Security Fundamentals (4 semester credits) This course covers the current risks and threats to an ganization s data together with ways to safeguard critical electronic assets, including netwk services, devices, traffic and data. CSI 217 Tactical Perimeter Defense (4 semester credits) This course covers the principles and practices of advanced netwk security fundamentals and technologies involved in securing the netwk perimeter. Topics include essential security practices, such as TCP/IP addressing, routing, packet filtering, and installing proxy servers, firewalls and virtual private netwks (VPNs). CSI 219 Strategic Infrastructure Security (4 semester credits) This course covers the principles and practices of hardening strategic elements of the netwk infrastructure. Topics include Packet Structure, Signature Analysis, Operating System Hardening, Router Security, Firewalls, Virtual Private Netwks (VPNs), Intrusion Detection, Risk Analysis, Wireless Security, Digital Signatures and Certificates, Cryptography and Netwk Fensics. CSI 257 Netwking 3 (4 semester credits) This course covers switching basics and intermediate routing. The course focuses on advanced IP addressing techniques (Variable Length Subnet Masking [VLSM]), intermediate routing protocols (RIP v2, single-area OSPF, EIGRP), command-line interface configuration of switches, ethernet switching, virtual LANs (VLANs), spanning tree protocol (STP), and VLAN trunking protocol (VTP). CSI 258 Netwking 4 (4 semester credits) This course focuses on advanced internet protocol (IP) addressing techniques (Netwk Address Translation [NAT], pt address translation [PAT]) and dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP), wide area netwk (WAN) technology and terminology, point-to-point protocol (PPP), integrated services digital netwk (ISDN), dialon-demand routing (DDR), frame relay, netwk management, and introduction to optical netwking. CSI 265 Windows Server (4 semester credits) This course covers the capabilities of Windows Server including domain installation and configuration, wkgroup administration, protocol suppt, registry and disk administration, creation of users groups and netwk security features. CSI 270 Infmation Security Capstone (3 semester credits) This course provides a review of critical hands-on labs f identifying netwk vulnerabilities, implementing netwk defense and expling netwk fensics. Students will have opptunities to implement a layered defense on a practical netwk including using tools to analyze the vulnerabilities of a netwk. Additionally, students will research products that could serve as countermeasures against potential attacks, implement security features of the netwk s operating systems and develop alternate solutions based upon cost and level of security required. Technical Elective (3 semester credits) Choose the technical elective from the following list: CSI 132 (Netwk Essentials), CSI 135 (Introduction to UNIX/LINUX), CSI 205 (Cyberlaw), CSI 207 (Cyber Fensics), CSI 213 (Mobile Device Fensics), CSI 214 (Infmation Systems Security), CSI 262 (Certified Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures), CSI 266 (Windows Server Netwking), CSI 269 (Wireless LANs), and EET 160 (They and Troubleshooting Microcomputers 1) - 2 -

7 The Community College of Baltime County, Baltime, MD A.A.S. degree in Infmation Systems Security This degree program prepares students f entry-level careers in infmation systems security. The program emphasizes computer and netwk security and infmation assurance concepts augmented with current industry-standard techniques. Topics cover threats and vulnerabilities, prevention at the technical (hardware and software) and human levels, detection, response, and the management aspects of security. The curriculum blends "leading edge" they with a large amount of hands-on experiences f the purpose of developing confident and professional technicians. The National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security have designated CCBC as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Infmation System Security Education. CCBC offers a rigous Netwk Security program where students receive either a certificate Associate of Applied Science degree in Infmation Systems Security. The college recently established an Institute f Cyber Security, which aims to meet the national need f qualified Cyber Security professionals through creating a standardized national Cyber Security curriculum; through student competitions like the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, and through partnerships with public and private sect ganizations seeking to hire CCBC graduates. The NSA and DHS established the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Infmation Assurance two-year education program (CAE2Y) as a means of providing recognition to institutions that serve as models f two-year schools by providing innovative, comprehensive and multidisciplinary education and training in the Infmation Assurance/Cyber Security field. The Community College of Baltime County has achieved the CAE2Y designation. General Education Courses ENGL 101 English Composition I (3 semester credits) SPCM 101 Fundamentals of Communication (3 semester credits) CSIT 120 Diversity in a Technological Society (3 semester hours) Social and Behavial Sciences elective (3 semester credits) Arts and Humanities elective Social and Behavial Sciences elective (3 semester credits) Suppting Courses Mathematics elective (3 4 semester credits) Biological and Physical Sciences elective (3-4 semester credits) - 3 -

8 Technical Courses DCOM 101 Introduction to Data Communications (3 semester credits) This course provides an overview of computer netwking including servers, switches, routers, LAN's, WAN's, netwk protocols, TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, netwk topologies, and wireless. Topics include netwk design, implementation, and management, security configuration, and troubleshooting DCOM 142 Introduction to Linux/UNIX (3 semester credits) This course provides students with the fundamental concepts of UNIX. DCOM 211 Introduction to Firewalls (4 semester credits) This course exples both hardware and software-based firewall systems. The material covered in this course provides the broad-based knowledge and skills necessary to prepare students to design, implement, and administer firewall systems. In today's computing environments, system/netwk/security administrats must understand how to protect their assets from attacks. Firewall systems are the first line of defense administrats use to protect these assets. Therefe, a though grounding in the design, implementation and administration of firewall systems, as well as practical, hands-on experience, is a necessity f any system/netwk/security administrat. DCOM 212 Introduction to Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems (4 semester credits) This course presents students with a though introduction to both software and hardware based Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSes) and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPSes). This class combines the theetical concepts and hands-on skills needed to design, implement, and administer both IDSes and IPSes Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems and critical components of well-designed and secure netwks. In some cases, these systems act as a second line of defense, protecting company assets from attacks. A though grounding in the design, implementation and administration of these systems is a necessity f any infmation security professional. DCOM 214 Operating Systems Security (4 semester credits) This course provides students with the hands-on skills needed to protect netwks from the inside-out by focusing on Linux and Windows system hardening DCOM 215 Ethical Hacking and Systems Defense (4 semester credits) This course combines an ethical methodology with the hands-on application of security tools to better help students secure their systems. Students are introduced to common countermeasures that effectively reduce and/ mitigate attacks DCOM 217 Cisco I: Netwk Fundamentals (4 semester credits) This course provides students with classroom and labaty experiences in current and emerging netwking technologies DCOM 218 Cisco II: Routing Protocols and Concepts (4 semester credits) This course introduces the student to the architecture, components and operation of routers. This class also explains the principles of routing and the primary routing process. DCOM 219 Cisco III: LAN Switching and Wireless (4 semester credits) This course provides a comprehensive approach to learning the technologies and protocols needed to design and implement a converged switched netwk. DCOM 220 Cisco IV: Accessing the WAN (4 semester credits) This course introduces the Wide Area Netwk (WAN) technologies and netwk services required by converged applications in enterprise netwks. DCOM 252 Advanced Protocols (3 semester credits) This course surveys the various protocols that comprise today's converging communication and state-of-the-art netwks. This course is intended f anyone wishing to understand how communication and netwk protocols operate: programmers writing netwk applications, system administrats responsible f maintaining systems and netwks utilizing the various protocols, and users who deal with netwk applications on a daily basis. DCOM 258 Introduction to Infmation Security (3 semester credits) This course serves the needs of students interested in understanding the field of infmation Security and how it relates to other areas of infmation technology (IT). The material covered in this class provides the broad-based knowledge and skills necessary to prepare students f further study in specialized security fields, may be used by those interested in a general introduction in the field

9 Hagerstown Community College, Hagerstown, MD AAS degree in Infmation Systems Technology with a Computer Fensics Concentration The Infmation Systems Technology program at Hagerstown Community College is designed to give students the opptunity to choose the area of Infmation Technology most appealing to them by specializing in a concentration. The Computer Fensics concentration is designed to provide an introduction to the fensic investigation aspect of computers and related electronic data systems. The program includes an overview of fensic evidence collection methods, investigative techniques, and procedures suitable f persons expling the computer fensics field as a career option needing training f promotion. Computer Fensics courses are a combination of curriculum from the Administration of Justice Division and the TCS Netwking Division. The legal aspect of collecting evidence and the tools used to copy and analyze digital data are presented. Hagerstown Community College has achieved the CAE2Y designation. Note: This degree program must be completed within four years because of constantly changing technology. Students who do not complete within four years will fall under the latest college catalog. General Education Courses ENG 101 English Composition I (3 semester credits) ENG 102 English Composition and Literature ENG 112 Technical Writing I (3 semester credits) SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (3 semester credits) SOC 103 Criminology (3 semester credits) Behavial/Social Sciences Elective (3 semester credits) Humanities/Fine Arts Elective (3 semester credits) Biological/Physical Science Elective (3-4 semester credits) Suppting Courses MTH 101 College Algebra (3 semester credits) This course is a problem solving approach to the nature of mathematics as a logical system. The structure of the number system is developed axiomatically and extended by logical reasoning to cover essential algebraic topics: algebraic expression, functions, and they of equations. IST 101 Basic Keyboarding (1 semester credit) - 5 -

10 Technical Courses ADJ 101 Intro to Criminal Justice (3 semester credits) This course provides an overview of the histy, philosophy, and development of police, courts, and crections in a democratic society. Identification and operations of local, state, and federal agencies are covered within a criminal justice career ientation. ADJ 203 Criminal Law (3 semester credits) This course is a study of substantive criminal law as applied to local, state, and federal systems. Court decisions are used to address various sources and types of criminal law. ADJ 204 Criminal Investigation (3 semester credits) This course is a study of the fundamental principles and procedures employed in the investigation of crime. Emphasis is placed on the investigation of specific crimes, the identification of sources of infmation, and the procedures necessary f the proper handling of evidence. The course develops a wking knowledge of the steps of investigation beginning with the initial security of the crime scene and concluding with the presentation of evidence and proper testimony in court. ADJ 205 Criminalistics (4 semester credits) This course introduces students to the study of physical evidence through application of scientific principles. Emphasis is placed on the role of the criminalist. IST 108 Microsoft Operating System (CW 130) (3 semester credits) This course provides students with an understanding of both basic and advanced principles of the Windows XP operating system. A brief overview takes students through dynamic menus, task-iented views, the Help and Suppt Center, and the system environment. Emphasis is placed upon Computer Management Console disk and file management, optimization f better perfmance, planning and perfming backups, navigation of the system through both the GUI environment and command line, configuration of systems software, improving perfmance and system suppt through system utilities and security. Students are introduced to the Registry, introducty troubleshooting and evaluation of system perfmance are covered. IST 150 PC Tech Repair and Troubleshooting (3 semester credits) This course prepares students to acquire skills needed to be a successful computer technician. In this class students experience techniques used to diagnose hardware problems, configure PC components, and replace defective computer parts. Students also experience installing mother boards, configuring multiple hard drives, adding peripheral devices, configuring netwk connectivity, solving basic printer problems, and modifying BIOS settings. Diagnostic software and hardware procedures are included. IST 151 PC Tech Operating Systems (3 semester credits) This course provides installation, configuration, suppt and troubleshooting of PC desktop operating systems. Topics include hardware requirements f installation, upgrades, customizing the user environment and memy, installing hardware/software, (including printers), troubleshooting the boot process, and recovery from OS crashes. The fundamentals of introducty netwking topics include OSI model, connecting through wireless/wired netwks, and TCP/IP protocols, addressing, and troubleshooting tools. IST 166 Computer Fensics I Principles and Practices (3 semester credits) This course is an introducty course in electronic evidence; what types exist, where it may be found and the methods to investigate it. Discussions include legal, technical, investigative, intrusive attacks and ethical issues. This is the first course in the fundamentals of infmation, computer and netwk security. Case studies are included. IST 266 Computer Fensics II Investigations Practices (3 semester credits) This course provides a foundation f those seeking skills to investigate criminal and civil cases. Hands-on experience is provided with operating systems, computer hardware and fensic software. Case studies are examined. Course content includes data acquisition, processing crime scenes, computer fensics tools, and recovering graphics files. IST 269 Internship I (3 semester credits) At least 9 semester credits must be completed from the following list of courses: IST 109 UNIX/Linux Operating System (3 semester credits) Using RedHat Linux, this course covers the basic concepts, commands, and skills used in the UNIX/Linux operating systems. The shells examined are the C, Bourne, and Kn. Because UNIX/ Linux is a very extensive operating system, this course uses the command line and introduces students to basic elements, such as utilities, electronic mail, Visual Edit, directies, messaging, shell programming, permissions, system security, online help, controlling user processes, printing, sed, and awk

11 IST 160 Introduction to Security Fundamentals (3 semester credits) This is a first course in the fundamentals of infmation, computer and netwk security. The course discusses common security issues, identifies methods of assessing systems to identify critical data and presents tools and techniques f securing computers and netwks. Course objectives include general security concepts, communication security, infrastructure security, basics of cryptography and operational/ganizational security. IST 260 MCSA/E Windows Professional (3 credits) This course shows students how to set up and suppt the Microsoft Windows operating system. Students gain experience installing, administering, and troubleshooting the Windows desktop environment. IST 261 Server Management I (3 semester credits) This course covers set up and suppt of Microsoft Windows Server operating system. Practical experience is gained in hands-on labs installing, administering, and troubleshooting this enterprise server system. IST 267 Netwk Security (3 semester credits) This is a course that examines the concepts of infmation, computer and netwk security. The course is presented at the beginning and intermediate technical level using lecture, lab and discussion fmat. Course goals include increasing awareness of security issues, defining basic security terms, identifying security infrastructure and codes, and examining policies that may be employed in security management. Course content includes examining a broad range of domains: access control, telecommunications, security management, applications development, cryptography, security architecture, operations security, disaster recovery planning, ethics, and physical security. STU 106 Professionalism in the Wkplace (1 semester credit) This course prepares students to enter the wkplace with the attitudes and skills required in a professional setting. Designed as a capstone course f students enrolled in career programs, f students preparing to transfer, the course includes the following topics: wkplace behavis; business etiquette; business protocol and office relationships; ethical behavis; and career development skills. BTC 101 Introduction to Biotechnology (3 semester credits) This is an entry level lecture/demonstration course f students interested in the biotechnology program who want to take a non-labaty life science course. Basic concepts and applications in biotechnology such as advances in medicine, agriculture, fensics and other fields will be expled. Careers and opptunities, as well as public perception and ethical issues in biotechnology, will also be discussed

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13 Oklahoma City Community College, Oklahoma City, OK A.S. degree in Computer Science - Cyber/Infmation Security (university parallel) The curriculum is designed to provide the student with an introduction to the cyber/infmation security area as well as provide the foundational education needed in programming f a student to move on to a four-year cyber/infmation security program. Note: This program is designed f students planning to continue their education at a four-year college university. Oklahoma City Community College has achieved the CAE2Y designation. General Education Courses SCL 1001 Success in College and Life (1 semester credit) ENGL 1113 English Composition I(3 semester credits) ENGL 1213 English Composition II(3 semester credits) POLSC 1113 American Federal Government (3 semester credits) Two Humanities electives (6 semester credits) COM 1123 Interpersonal Communications COM 2213 Intro To Public Speaking (3 semester credits) HIST 1483 U. S. Histy To The Civil War HIST 1493 U. S. Histy Since The Civil War (3 semester credits) PSY 1113 Introduction To Psychology SOC 1113 Introduction To Sociology (3 semester credits) Suppting Courses MATH 1533 Pre-Calculus and Analytic Geometry (3 semester credits) This course is intended to serve students f whom Calculus and Analytic Geometry I is a requirement. Topics will include conic sections, systems of equations (both linear and nonlinear), and a general discussion of functions with emphasis on polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. MATH 1613 Trigonometry (3 semester credits) The student will evaluate trigonometric functions and their inverses, graph trigonometric functions, prove trigonometric identities, solve trigonometric equations, solve problems involving triangles and indirect measurement, use trigonometric fms of complex numbers, and identify and graph polar curves. MATH 2104 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (4 semester credits) The student will compute, interpret and apply the basic concepts of limits, differentiation and integration to algebraic and transcendental functions and will solve applied problems that include rates of change, optimization, area and total change in a function

14 MATH 2214 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II (4 semester credits) The student will use integration techniques to find anti-derivatives, compute definite integrals, and solve application problems that include volume, wk and pressure; investigate the convergence of improper integrals and infinite series; use Tayl polynomials and Tayl Series to estimate, represent, and analyze functions; perfm basic operations on vects and analyze functions of three variables and their contour plots. Physical Science elective (3-4 semester credits) The student must choose any physical science from ASTR, PHYS, CHEM, OR GEOL prefixes. Biological Science elective (3-4 semester credits) The student must choose one of the following biological science courses: BIO 1113, BIO 1114, BIO 2114, BIO 2125, BIO 2215, BIO 2343, BIO 2404 Technical Courses CS 1143 Beginning Programming (3 semester credits) Designed f Computer Science majs, this course affds students a basic understanding of computer programming. Students will utilize accepted programming concepts and perfm number system conversions and arithmetic. In addition, they will design and code structured modular programs using design tools such as hierarchy charts, flowcharts, and pseudocode. CS 2163 Java (3 semester credits) Student will develop object-iented Java applications and applets, which demonstrate comprehension of fundamental programming structures, object-iented programming, graphics, event handling, interface components, programming f the Internet, data structures, and exception handling. CS 2453 Visual Basic (3 semester credits) The students will use Visual Basic to create object-iented, event-driven programs. This course teaches the students to handle the visual interface and also learn programming concepts that include objects, decisions, loops, dialog boxes, arrays, menus, subs, functions, files, simple data access and various other programming topics as they apply to Visual Basic. CS 2703 Introduction to Cyber/Infmation Security Students will examine the field of infmation security. This course presents the managerial and technical aspects of infmation security and addresses knowledge areas of the CISSP (Certified Infmation Systems Security Professional) certification. Infmation security is discussed within a real-wld context, by including examples of issues faced by today s professionals. This course provides numerous opptunities f hands-on wk. CS 2713 Principles of Infmation Security (3 semester credits) Students will complete a comprehensive overview of netwk security, with an introduction to a variety of security problems faced by the computing industry. The course covers topics in general security concepts, communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography basics, and operational/ganizational security. CS 2463 Advanced Java Student will develop Java applications and applets, which demonstrate comprehension of advanced programming structures and practices, object-iented programming, fundamental data structures (arrays, liked lists, stacks and queues), SWING, Java Beans, database programming (JDBC), and distributed computing (Sockets/RMI). CS 2553 (C) Advanced Visual Basic (3 semester credits) Students will expand their knowledge of Visual Basic as used in business applications both f Windows and f the Web. Included will be topics such as advanced controls, MDI programming, collections, object-iented programming, multi-tier applications, data access, ADO.Net, ASP.Net, and rept writing. CS 2563 C#. NET (3 semester credits) Students will develop C#.NET programs which demonstrate comprehension of language syntax, fundamental program structures, object-iented programming, windows applications, web applications, and database applications. Students will use the.net framewk, ADO.NET, XML, and ASP. NET to create their applications

15 Oklahoma City Community College, Oklahoma City, OK A.A.S. degree in Computer Science - Cyber/Infmation Security Concentration Cyber/infmation security specialists play an imptant suppt role in the daily operations of all businesses. The Cyber/Infmation Security program at Oklahoma City Community College provides students with the background needed to pursue a career with maj retailers, manufacturers, government agencies, financial institutions, colleges and universities, service ganizations and others. Within this AAS degree program, students will complete fty-two semester credits of maj coursewk. This will include fifteen semester credits of cyber/infmation security ce, and twenty-seven semester credits of computer science courses. Students also will be required to take nineteen semester credits of general education courses. The degree program also require each student to complete the preparation training f the CompTIA Netwk+, A+, and Security+ certification examinations, Oklahoma City Community College has achieved the CAE2Y designation. Note: This technical/occupational degree program is designed to prepare students to enter the wk fce following completion. General Education courses SCL 1001 Success in College and Life (1 semester credit) CS 1103 Introduction To Computers And Applications (3 semester credits) This hands-on course affds students a basic understanding of computers and their application. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to demonstrate the ability to use a computer operating system, an office suite, productivity tools, as well as the Internet at an introducty level. ENGL 1113 English Composition I (3 semester credits) POLSC 1113 American Federal Government (3 semester credits) ENGL 1213 English Composition II COM 1123 Interpersonal Communications COM 2213 Introduction To Public Speaking (3 semester credits) HIST 1483 U. S. Histy to the Civil War HIST 1493 U. S. Histy Since the Civil War (3 semester credits) COM 1123 Interpersonal Communications COM 2213 Introduction to Public Speaking (3 semester credits)

16 Suppting Courses MATH 1503 Contempary Mathematics A study of the mathematics needed f critical evaluation of quantitative infmation and arguments (including logic, critical appraisal of graphs and tables); use of simple mathematical models, and an introduction to elementary statistics. Gen Ed Requirement MATH 1513 College Algebra (3 semester credits) Technical Courses CS 1143 Beginning Programming (3 semester credits) Designed f Computer Science majs, this course affds students a basic understanding of computer programming. Students will utilize accepted programming concepts and perfm number system conversions and arithmetic. In addition, they will design and code structured modular programs using design tools such as hierarchy charts, flowcharts, and pseudocode. CS 1153 Introduction to Computing Technologies (3 semester credits) Students will learn fundamental concepts of hardware and software pri to learning tools of suppt technicians. Topics will include the computer architecture, the instruction execution cycle, I/O and stage. In addition, students will learn basics of digital electronics, how to perfm mathematical operations and conversions on multiple numbering systems, develop fundamental problem-solving skills f troubleshooting, and investigate career opptunities within the infmation technology industry. CS 2713 Principles of Infmation Security (3 semester credits) Students will complete a comprehensive overview of netwk security, with an introduction to a variety of security problems faced by the computing industry. This course is mapped to the CompTIA Security+ Certification Exam. The course covers topics in general security concepts, communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography basics, and operational/ganizational security. CS 1353 Introduction to Operating Systems And Hardware (3 semester credits) Students will learn to install, configure and troubleshoot several versions of the Windows operating system and the hardware these operating systems run on. A foundational knowledge in the following imptant areas will be developed using a combination of lectures and interactive activities: identifying Windows desktop components; identifying hardware components; procedures f installing software and hardware; netwking capabilities of the Windows operating system and steps to connect to a netwk; basic Internet protocols and terminologies and the procedures f establishing an Internet connection; and recognizing common problems and the procedures to resolve them. CS 2723 Secure Electronic Commerce (3 semester credits) Students will learn the fundamentals of secure electronic commerce technology, models and issues. This course includes principles and case studies of secure electronic commerce as well as an introduction to security architectures f secure electronic commerce. These include digital signatures, certificates, and public key infrastructure (PKI). Legal and national policy secure electronic commerce issues are included. CS 2183 LINUX (3 semester credits) (3 semester credits) This course is an introduction to the LINUX operating system f users. It is designed f those with a DOS/Windows operating system background with little no knowledge of LINUX. Topics include the development of LINUX; basic LINUX operating system concepts; a comparison of LINUX to MS Windows; frequently used LINUX programs and utilities, shells, edits, and tools; X window GUI and applications; LINUX and the internet; setting up Apache web server software; basic HTML and CGI programming f LINUX. CS 1333 Database Management Applications The student will use a selected database management program to create and edit database files. The student will also search, ganize, and build repts, fms, and templates with the database files. CS 2173 Oracle Using Oracle as a platfm, students will learn relational database concepts, sound database design and development techniques, and SQL commands. Topics include how to create and modify database tables; retrieve data from database tables; use sub-queries to retrieve data; use table constraints, sequences, indexes, synonyms, views and functions; create users and assign privileges to users; create printable repts through SQL*Plus commands; practice SQL statement tuning

17 CS 2443 SQL Server (3 semester credits) Students will learn terms, concepts and features needed to wk with most relational databases. Using SQL Server databases and tools, they will learn concepts on how to design a database, retrieve data from and manipulate data in a database. They will also learn SQL programming and will be able to wk with database features that will include views, sted procedures, functions, triggers and others. CS 2303 Netwking Technologies Students will learn how to install, configure, and troubleshoot basic netwking hardware, protocols, and services and to describe the features and functions of netwking components. A foundational knowledge in the imptant areas of media and topologies, protocols and standards, netwk implementation, and netwk suppt will be developed using a combination of lectures and interactive assignments. CS 2503 Netwk Administration (3 semester credits) The students will use a netwk operating system to create and manage a local area netwk. The topics to be covered include creating and administering user and group accounts, managing netwk resources and administering permissions f files and folders, setting up and administering the printing environment, using the auditing functions, backing up and resting files and folders. CS 2743 Enterprise Security Management (3 semester credits) Students will learn the managerial aspects of computer security and risk management f enterprises. Topics include accreditation, procurement, extension and operation principles f secure enterprise infmation systems. Additional topics are security policy and plan development, contingency, continuity and disaster recovery planning, and incident handling and response. CS 2763 Netwk Security (3 semester credits) Students will participate in a comprehensive study of current and developing communications systems and netwks. These include host-based and netwk-based intrusion detection, anomaly and misuse detection, and netwk security appliances including firewalls and access control devices. Topics are covered with all netwks in mind, including the Internet, PSTN, ATM, and Frame Relay Netwks. CS 2783 Cyber Fensics (3 semester credits) Student will learn the procedures f the identification, preservation and extraction of electronic evidence. Topics include auditing and investigation of netwk and host intrusions, and fensic tools and resources f systems administrats and infmation system security officers. Three Computer Science Electives (9 semester credits) Nine semester credits selected by the student from any other Computer Science courses excluding the general education requirement CS 1103 Introduction to Computers and Applications and excluding CS 1343 Spreadsheet Applications

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19 Owens Community College, Perrysburg, OH A.A.B. degree in System Security and Infmation Assurance The Associate of Applied Business (AAB) degree in Systems Security and Infmation Assurance is intended f students that would like to get involved with the growing Infmation Security field. The program is designed to comply with the National Security Agency s (NSA) Infmation Assurance standards. The program is also endsed by the International Cyber Security in Education Coalition (IC-SEC) and the Center f System Security and Infmation Assurance (CSSIA). Owens Community College has achieved the CAE2Y designation. Employment growth in this field will be driven by the increasing reliance of businesses on infmation technology and the continuing imptance of maintaining system and netwk security. Management, scientific, and technical consulting services also will need such professionals. The AAB degree program focuses on the imptance of privacy of infmation within any ganization, such as data privacy, data security, business continuity planning, web security, disaster recovery and planning, netwk security. Career Opptunities include: Infmation Security Officer, infmation Security Consultant/analyst, Web Security Consultant/analyst, Infmation Privacy Officer, and Infmation Security Risk Analyst. General Education Courses ENG 111 English Composition I (3 semester credits) ENG 112 English Composition II (3 semester credits) PSY 111 Industry/Organization Psych (3 semester credits) SOC 120 Technology and Society (3 semester credits) Speech elective (3 semester credits) Speech elective course is chosen from: SPE 100, SPE 101, SPE 102, SPE 210. Suppting Courses MTH 170 College Algebra This course, as a prerequisite f Calculus, addresses equations and inequalities, functions and relations, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations, matrix operations, sequences, series and topics in analytic geometry. A graphing calculat is required. MTH 122 Math f Computing Credits (4 semester credits) This course emphasizes basic mathematics f the computer programming student. Students exple the real number system, algebra, binary, octal and hexadecimal number systems, introductions to matrices, set they and computer logic together with an overview of Boolean algebra, logic circuits, and an introduction to Statistics. CJS Intro to Criminal Justice (3 semester credits) This course addresses the philosophical, histical and operational aspects of criminal justice system and the challenges to the system by wld terrism. Emphasis is on the three maj components of the system: police, courts and crections. Also examines career paths and opptunities in the criminal justice profession

20 BUS Contempary Business (3 semester credits) This course Exples the principles and practices of today s businesses. It focuses on the foundations of business-business structure, management, marketing, management infmation systems, accounting, financing. Career infmation is integrated throughout. Identifies challenges that will affect changes in business practices and gives insight into contempary business and issues. BUS College & Career Professional (2 semester credits) This course focuses on attitudes, skills and behavis that will help students to easily and appropriately assimilate into a business environment. Will be accomplished by providing broad-based knowledge to students concerning what employers expect in the way of attitude, etiquette, appearance, wk ethic and social behavi from their employees. FIN Personal Financial Mgt (3 semester credits) This course examines the techniques of personal financial planning. It includes charge accounts, credit cards, installment plant, credit management, relationships with financial institutions, budgeting, insurance, investments, taxation and other related subjects. Technical Courses IST Netwking Technologies (3 semester credits) This course includes fundamentals of data communications and computer netwks. Emphasis is on netwk analysis, design, management and application including both technical and managerial aspects. Also includes the basics of current protocols, equipment and technologies. Students learn fundamentals of a netwk operating system including creating users and establishing netwk security. A simulated environment is used A general understanding of operating systems and computer hardware is recommended. IST Computer Concepts and Apps (4 semester credits) This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of computer concepts and applications and their use in business settings. Topics include wd processing, spreadsheets, file ganization and databases, presentation graphics, and Internet concepts. It includes essential concepts of computers, software, multimedia, computer files and stage, and computer architecture. Hands-on experience will be provided on netwked computers in the Windows environment using the Microsoft Office Suite including Wd, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. IST Advanced Netwking Technology (3 semester credits) This course will provide the student an advanced understanding of netwk design and implementation. Students learn how to administrate and integrate different netwk operating systems at both the client and server levels. Students configure the equipment and technologies used in LANs, WANs, and telecommunication systems. Topics include configuration and management of multiple netwk services and utilities that monit and enhance netwk perfmance. Emphasis will be placed on how to manage technology transitions, change management, and on wking with people who suppt the process. Industry standard guidelines will provide the framewk f this course. IST Web Server Administration (3 semester credits) This course includes construction of an e-business solution f a defined problem. It requires programming of the solution and demonstration of its application in a server environment. IST 240 Microsoft Net Admin I (3 semester credits) This course introduces Windows 2003 Professional and Windows 2003 Server and Netwk Administration as they apply to netwking and infmation management in the modern cpate environment. This class prepares student to take Microsoft MCSA certification exams. IST 266 Web Security/Secure Transact (2 semester credits) This course provides the skills needed to conduct secure transactions over the Web including data encryption, firewalls, credit card transactions, database access and updates, and hacker risk management. IST Cyber Crime and Info Security (3 semester credits) This course introduces and explains the various types of offenses that qualify as cyber crime and breeches of Infmation Security. It provides a framewk f analyzing current and projected data and infmation exposure within an ganization. Topics include the study of firewalls, virus prevention techniques, netwk security and common fms of cyber crime. Upon completion, students should be able to accurately describe and define cyber crime activities and select an appropriate response to deal with the problem. IST Intro to Netwk Security (3 semester credits) This course provides an overview of netwk security aligned to CompTIA s Security+ Certification Exam. Topics covered include authentication, attacks and malicious code, remote access, , web security, directy and file transfer services, wireless and instant messaging

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