Program of Study
The master of science degree in information security and digital forensics consists of a 12-course sequence totaling 36 semester hours. All courses earn three credits. All classes are offered in weeknights and on Saturdays and convenient class scheduling permits students to maintain a healthy work-school balance.
All 12 courses are core requirements. The master’s degree program is designed for completion in four semesters for full-time students.
|CSO 500||Prin of InfoSec and Fed Law||3|
|CSO 510||Data Privacy||3|
|CSO 520||Managing Security Risk||3|
|CSO 530||Ethical Hacking||3|
|CSO 540||Network Security||3|
|CSO 550||Software Security||3|
|CSO 565||Computer Forensics I||3|
|CSO 580||Modern Cryptography||3|
|CSO 585||Computer Forensics II||3|
|CSO 595||Mobile Forensics||3|
|CSO 600||Capstone Project/Research||3|
|CSO 601||Capstone/Research Project 2||3|