Department website: https://www.sbu.edu/academics/cybersecurity/cybersecurity-b.s
Department Chair: Professor Brian Kellogg
Faculty: Christopher Bopp, Ph.D, Anne Foerst, Ph.D
Students in the cybersecurity program will learn the appropriate tools, techniques, policies, and technologies required to identify, analyze, mitigate, and communicate the risks of computer systems. The major helps prepare students for careers in Cybersecurity, Networks, and Information Systems security. The courses provide a rich Cybersecurity experience which aligns with the knowledge units required by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.
In addition, Cybersecurity overlaps well and has its foundation in Computer Science – allowing many students to minor or double major in these two related fields.
Cybersecurity Student Learning Outcomes
- Analyze a complex computing problem and apply the principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.
- Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program's discipline.
- Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.
- Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
- Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program's discipline.
- Apply security principles and practices to maintain operations in the presence of risks and threats.
- Learn how to hunt, contain, and evict threats within an enterprise.
|OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING|
and OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING LAB
and COMPUTER ORGANIZATION LAB
and COMPUTER NETWORKS LAB
and OPERATING SYSTEMS LAB
|CYB-101||INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SECURITY||3|
|INTRO TO NETWORK SECTURITY|
and INTRO TO NETWORK SECURITY LAB
|INTRO TO PENETRATION TESTING|
and INTRO TO PENETRATION TEST LAB
|CYB-491||INTERNSHIP IN CYBERSECURITY||1-3|
|Cybersecurity Electives 2||6-8|
|INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS|
|DISCRETE MATHEMATICS I|
|General Education Requirements||37|
|Foreign Language 3||3|
|General Electives (enough to reach 120 credits)||30|
Electives must be taken from the following: CS-101/CSL-101 before taking CS-131/CSL-131, CS-132/CSL-132 (may only use either CS-101/CSL-101 or CS-132/CSL-132 as elective), CS-243/CSL-243, CYB-360, CYB-380, CYB-410, CYB-492,CS-380 or any 2 graduate courses from CYB-501 through CYB-510
The foreign language must be at the level of 202 or higher. Students not prepared to begin at this level will need to take additional courses in language.
|CS-101||3||Foreign Language/General Elective||3|
|SBU-102||1||General Education Requirement||3|
|Foreign Language/General Elective||3|
|MATH-207||3||General Education Requirements||7|
|General Education Requirement||3|
|General Education Requirement||3||General Education Requirement||3|
|General Elective||6||General Electives||6|
|4||General Education Requirements||5|
|General Education Requirement||3||General Electives||7|
|Total Credits 126|