Computer Information Systems - Cybersecurity Certificate (CIS.CYS.CT)
Business, Management, Marketing and Technology
Auburn Hills Campus
The Computer Information Systems (CIS) certificates are designed for students who need specialty skills in a particular area of information technology that will help satisfy current of future employment requirements. Unlike associate degrees, certificate programs assume that students already have obtained or do not require general education skills and are now looking for education in a specific area of computer technology. Therefore, all of the courses within a certificate program are chosen to develop these specific technical skills in a shorter amount of time than what would be required in an associate degree program. All CIS courses use current computer tools and place an emphasis on practical application to provide a relevant learning environment.
|CIS 1300||Networking Concepts||4|
|CIS 1550||Introduction to Secure Programming||3|
|CIS 1600||Fundamentals of Cybersecurity||4|
|CIS 1610||Data Security||4|
|CIS 1620||Introduction to Cryptography||4|
|CIS 1630||Security Policy, Legal, Ethics and Compliance||3|
|CIS 2434||Introduction to Linux and Unix Administration||3|
|CIS 2535||Microsoft Windows Server Administration||3|
|CIS 2838||System Security||4|
|CIS 2845||Computer Forensics||4|
|Total Credit Hours||36|
A minimum cumulative 2.00 grade point average (GPA) overall is required for graduation.