Computer Information Systems - Information Technologies for Homeland Security (CIS.THS.CT)
Business, Management, Marketing and Technology
Auburn Hills and Orchard Ridge Campuses
This certificate provides all of the skills in information security required for national certification as an INFOSEC (Information Security) Professional by the NSA (National Security Agency). In addition to the introduction of security topics as prescribed by the federal government, the certificate gives the student a solid foundation in computer networking and system support.
|CIS 1100||Fundamentals of Information Systems||4|
|CIS 1300||Networking Concepts||4|
|CIS 2111||Systems Analysis and Design (UML)||4|
|CIS 2212||Information Technology Project Management||4|
|CIS 2232||Fundamentals of System Support||4|
|CIS 2434||Introduction to Linux and Unix Administration||3|
|CIS 2636||Network Administration||4|
|CIS 2838||System Security||4|
|CIS 2839||Internet Security||4|
|CIS 2845||Computer Forensics||4|
|Total Credit Hours||39|
A minimum cumulative 2.00 grade point average (GPA) overall is required for graduation.