Foundations of Computer Security (CTFCS)
This program has been replaced by Principles of Cybersecurity Certificate (CTCYS). Students currently enrolled need to complete it by the end of the Spring/Summer 2019 semester.
If you have questions about this program please contact a program advisor or contact a general student advisor.
In this introductory program, students will develop the basic knowledge and skills that will qualify them for admission into the Network Security Advanced Certificate program. Students will receive an introduction to the principles of information assurance and will acquire basic skills in network and system administration.
-An Academic Math Level of 3
-Students must also be experienced at installing and configuring computers and be comfortable with working at the computer command line with DOS.
Applying for Admission to the Program
In order to meet the requirements of the market for jobs in network security, students should have significant professional or educational experience in network and system administration and advanced courses in network and system security.
Students must maintain a grade of "C" or better in the program requirements.
- Business/Computer Technologies
- Computer Instruction Dept
- Michael Galea
Requirements(Items marked in orange are available online.)
|CIS 121||Linux/UNIX I: Fundamentals||3|
|CNT 201||Administering Microsoft Windows Client Operating Systems||3|
|CNT 206||Internetworking I - Fundamentals||4|
|CNT 211||Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012||4|
|CNT 216||Internetworking II - Routers||4|
|CSS 180||Computer Security I||4|
|CSS 200||Computer Security II||4|
|CSS 205||Computer Security III||4|
- Total Credits Required
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