Offered in Fall Semester of Even-numbered Years
Course Units: 1
This course examines current concepts and practical techniques in computer and network security. In addition to participating in a broad discussion of system security, students gain hands on experience in diagnostic and development techniques. This course leads students to analyze system security areas, such as computer architecture and organization, operating systems, networking, and software design to the security projects developed in this course. This course provides a foundation for future creative endeavors in the field.
Prerequisite course(s): CSC 360 or permission of instructor
Required for major/minor: None
Option for major/minor: Computer Science Major, Computer Science Minor