Bachelor of Science in Computer and Information Science with a concentration in Computer Science/Master of Science in Computer Information Science with a concentration in Computer Science

The undergraduate hours consist of:  1) 18 semester hours of Foundations courses, 2) 30 semester hours of General Education, 3) 13 semester hours of Experiential Learning, and 4) 27 semester hours of Computer & Information Science program courses, and 5) 23 semester hours of Computer Science concentration courses.  The graduate hours consists of:  1) 15 semester hours of MS CISC core courses, 2) 6 semester hours of MS CISC Experiential Learning, and 3) 15 semester hours of MS Computer Science courses.

 

   BS CISC Requirements (27 semester hours)

CISC 120 Fundamentals of Computing (4)
CISC 160 Data Structures (4)
CISC 211 Computer organization & Architecture (4)
CISC 233 Algorithms Design & Analysis (4)
CISC 225 Information System Design And Analysis (4)
CISC 301 Operating Systems (4)
Math 310 Discrete Math II (3)

 

BS Computer Science concentration Requirements (23 semester hours)
CISC 340 Principals of Artificial Intelligence (4)
CISC 399 Formal Languages and Automata (4)
CISC 400 Computer Graphics (4)
CISC 433 Elements of Computing Systems  I (4)
CISC 444 Elements of Computing Systems  II (4)
CISC 499 Industry Software Ethics (3)

         

     MS CISC Requirements (15 semester hours)

CISC 600 Scientific Computing I (3)
CISC 610 Data Structures & Algorithms (3)
CISC 620 Principles of Machine Learning (3)
CISC 530 Computer Architecture (3)
CISC 560 Secure Computer Systems (3)

 

     MS Computer Science concentration Requirements (15 semester hours)

CISC 601 Scientific Computing II (3)
CISC 603 Theory of Computation (3)
CISC 604 Elements of Computing Systems (3)
CISC 605 Networked Operating Systems (3)
CISC 606 Computer Simulation (3)
 

MS Experiential Learning (6 semesters hours)

 
GRAD 695 Research Methodology and Writing (3)
GRAD 699 Graduate Thesis (3)

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer and Information Science with a concentration in Cyber Security/Master of Science in Computer Information Science with a concentration in Cyber Security

The undergraduate hours consist of:  1) 18 semester hours of Foundations courses, 2) 30 semester hours of General Education, 3) 13 semester hours of Experiential Learning, and 4) 27 semester hours of Computer & Information Science program courses, and 5) 23 semester hours of Cyber Security concentration courses.  The graduate hours consists of:  1) 15 semester hours of MS CISC core courses, 2) 6 semester hours of MS CISC Experiential Learning, and 3) 15 semester hours of MS Cyber Security courses.

 

     BS CISC Requirements (27 semester hours)

CISC 120 Fundamentals of Computing (4)
CISC 160 Data Structures (4)
CISC 211 Computer organization & Architecture (4)
CISC 233 Algorithms Design & Analysis (4)
CISC 225 Information System Design And Analysis (4)
CISC 301 Operating Systems (4)
Math 310 Discrete Math II (3)

 

BS Cyber Security concentration Requirements (23 semester hours)
CISC 320 Computer Forensics (4)
CISC 330 Computer Networks (4)
CISC 333 Defensive Programming (4)
CISC 370 Ethical Hacking Lab (4)
CISC 440 Wireless Security Management (4)
CISC 499 Industry Software Ethics (3)

         

     MS CISC Requirements (15 semester hours)

CISC 600 Scientific Computing I (3)
CISC 610 Data Structures & Algorithms (3)
CISC 620 Principles of Machine Learning (3)
CISC 530 Computer Architecture (3)
CISC 560 Secure Computer Systems (3)

 

     MS Cyber Security concentration Requirements (15 semester hours)

CISC 661 Principles of Cyber Security & Cyber Warfare (3)
CISC 662 Ethical Hacking Development Lab (3)
CISC 663 Cyber Risk Assessment (3)
CISC 664 Advanced Digital Forensics (3)
CISC 665 Biometric Security Systems (3)
 

MS Experiential Learning (6 semesters hours)

 
GRAD 695 Research Methodology and Writing (3)
GRAD 699 Graduate Thesis (3)

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer and Information Sciences with a Concentration in Software Engineering and Systems Analysis/Master of Science in Information Systems Engineering and Management with a Concentration in Systems Analysis

The undergraduate hours consist of:  1) 18 semester hours of Foundation courses, 2) 30 semester hours of General Education, 3) 13 semester hours of Experiential Learning, 4) 20 semester hours of CISC Core courses, and 5) 27 semester hours of Software Engineering and Systems Analysis concentration courses.  The graduate hours consist of:  1) 15 semester hours of ISEM core courses, 2) 6 semester hours of ISEM Experiential Learning, and 3) 15 semester hours of ISEM Software Engineering and Systems Development courses.

 

Computer and Information Science Requirements with the Software Engineering and System Analysis Concentration

 

Complete all of the following Core courses – 27 semester hours:

CISC 120      Fundamentals of Computing (4)
CISC 160      Data Structures (4)
CISC 211      Computer organization & Architecture (4)
CISC 233      Essential Algorithms (4)
CISC 225      Information System Design And Analysis (4)
CISC 301      Operating Systems (4)
MATH 310   Discrete Mathematics II (3)

 

Software Engineering and System Analysis Concentration:

CISC 340      Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (4)
CISC 397      Principle of SW Eng & System Analysis (4)
CISC 400      Computer Graphics (4)
CISC 460      SQL Database Design & Implementation (4)
CISC 491      SW Development Processes and Quality (4)
CISC 499      Industry Software Ethics (3)

 

 

Information Systems Engineering and Management Requirements with the Software Engineering and Systems Development Concentration

 

Complete all of the following Core courses – 15 semester hours:

ISEM 500         Strategic Information Systems Planning,

Engineering & Management                               (3)

ISEM 502         User-Centered Design                                       (3)

ISEM 540         Architectures and Integration of Modern

Enterprises                                                 (3)

MGMT 510      Business Strategy and Management Principles      (3)

MGMT 511      Digital and Global Organizations                                    (3)

 

 

Complete the following Experiential courses – 6 semester hours:

 

GRAD 695       Research Methodology and Writing                    (3)

and

ISEM 699         Applied Project in ISEM

or                                                  (3)

GRAD 699        Graduate Thesis

 

Complete the following concentration courses – 15 semester hours:

CISC 510          Object-Oriented Software Engineering                (3)

CISC 520          Data Engineering and Mining                            (3)

CISC 530          Computer Architecture for Software Engineers    (3)

CISC 540          Agile Software Development                              (3)

CISC 550          Software Engineering in Mobile Computing        (3)

 

With the permission of the graduate academic advisor, the student may substitute another CISC or ISEM graduate course for one of the above concentration courses.

Bachelor of Science in Computer and Information Sciences with a Concentration in Cyber Security/Master of Science in Information Systems Engineering and Systems Development with a Concentration in Information Security

The undergraduate hours consist of:  1) 18 semester hours of Foundation courses, 2) 30 semester hours of General Education, 3) 13 semester hours of Experiential Learning, 4) 20 semester hours of CISC Core courses, and 5) 27 semester hours of Computer and Information Security concentration courses.  The graduate hours consist of:  1) 15 semester hours of ISEM core courses, 2) 6 semester hours of ISEM Experiential Learning, and 3) 15 semester hours of ISEM Information Security courses.

 

Computer and Information Science Requirements with a Cyber Security Concentration

 

Complete all of the following Core courses – 27 semester hours:

CISC 120      Fundamentals of Computing (4)
CISC 160      Data Structures (4)
CISC 211      Computer organization & Architecture (4)
CISC 225      Information System Design And Analysis (4)
CISC 233      Essential Algorithms (4)
CISC 301      Operating Systems (4)
MATH 310   Discrete Mathematics II (3)

 

Cyber Security Concentration

CISC 320      Computer Forensics (4)
CISC 330      Computer Networks (4)
CISC 333      Defensive Programming (4)
CISC 370      Ethical Hacking (4)
CISC 440      Wireless Security Management (4)
CISC 499      Industry Software Ethics (3)

 

Information Systems Engineering and Management Requirements with the Information Security Concentration

 

Complete all of the following Core courses – 15 semester hours:

ISEM 500         Strategic Information Systems Planning,

Engineering & Management                                (3)

ISEM 502         User-Centered Design                                       (3)

ISEM 540         Architectures and Integration of Modern

Enterprises                                                 (3)

MGMT 510      Business Strategy and Management Principles      (3)

MGMT 511      Digital and Global Organizations                                    (3)

 

Complete the following Experiential courses – 6 semester hours:

GRAD 695       Research Methodology and Writing                     (3)

and

ISEM 699         Applied Project in ISEM                                                                       or                                                                                             (3)

GRAD 699        Graduate Thesis

 

          Information Security Concentration:

CISC 560          Secure Computer Systems                                  (3)

CISC 570          Advanced Database Security                               (3)

CISC 580          Advanced Network Security                               (3)

CISC 590          Information Security Project                               (3)

ISEM 550         Information Security Management                      (3)

 

With the permission of the graduate academic advisor, the student may substitute another CISC or ISEM graduate course for one of the above concentration courses.