Students pursuing a bachelor of science degree in Security Assurance Studies must satisfy the University Core Curriculum requirements, the major required courses listed below, and a sufficient number of electives to total at least 120 credit hours.
|COMM||210||Introduction to Public Speaking|
|ECON 111 or ECON 112|
|POLSC||110||The United States in World Affairs|
Security Assurance Studies
|SEC||100||Introduction to Personal Computer Hardware|
|SEC||200||Introduction to Computer Security Techniques|
|SEC||320||Digital Forensics I|
|SEC||450||Law for Networking, Security, and Forensic Professionals|
Criminal Justice and Legal Studies
|CJS 105 or LS 101|
|CJS||201||Substantive Criminal Law|
|CJS||210||Law of Evidence|
|CJS||320||Civil and Criminal Procedures in U.S. Courts|
|CJS||424||Securing the Homeland|
|PSYCH||100||Introduction to Psychology|
|PSYCH||250||Introduction to Theories of Personality|
|CJS||254||Research Methods for Criminal Justice|
Students will also complete the following:
- A Focus Study consisting of five classes that will be proposed to an advisor for approval. This set of five courses is arranged between the advisor and student. At least 3 of the courses must be upper division.
- An internship in security which complements the Focus Study area.