The minor in Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics provides core computer, systems and network security and forensics skills and concepts allowing students in other majors and disciplines to possess critical knowledge which will be beneficial in many career and graduate school situations. The benefit of securing this type of knowledge strengthens your preparation and understanding of the ever-increasing role information technology plays in supporting all disciplines and career paths.
For the Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics minor, students must complete 18 credits from the following:
Choose at least 3 from the following:
- CIST 1326 – DIGITAL FORENSICS
- CIST 1327 – INTRUSION DETECTION & INCIDENT RESPONSE
- CIST 1328 – NETWORK SECURITY & CRYPTOGRAPHY
- CIST 1432 – ETHICAL HACKING