Curriculum

Curriculum

The program of study is the Bachelor Degree in Information Technology (IT) with the Secure Computing and Networks (SCAN) Minor administered by the Department of Computer Science in the college of Engineering and Computer Science.  The required curriculum for this minor has been revised in Fall 2015, as a result of introducing 3 new courses. The new SCAN Minor Curriculum is given below.

Secure Computing and Networks - Minor

  • College of Engineering and Computer Science
  • Department of Computer Science,
  • Harris Corp. Engineering Center, Room: 346
  • http://www.cs.ucf.edu/

Required Courses (18 hrs)

  1. CIS 3360 Security in Computing 3 hrs
  2. CIS 3362 Cryptography and Information Security 3 hrs
  3. CNT 4403 Network Security and Privacy  3 hrs
  4. CIS 4361 Secure Operating Systems 3 hrs
  5. Select one of the following three courses:
    • CNT 4703 Design and Implementation of Computer Communication Networks 3 hrs
    • CNT 4704 – Analysis of Computer Communication Networks 3 hrs or
    • EEL 4781 Computer Communication Networks 3 hrs
  6. Select one of the following three courses:
    • CIS 4615 Secure Software Development and Assurance 3 hrs
    • CIS 4932C Topics in Cyber Security 3hrs
    • EEE 4346C - Hardware Security and Trusted Circuit Design 3hrs

The path of students majoring in Information Technology enrolled in the SCAN minor satisfy the CAE requirements for all the mandatory KU requirements and at least five operational KU requirements.

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