Information and Cyber Analysis
Minor in Information and Cyber Analysis
Cyber is not only a computer network, but also a realm of numerous social processes that includes legitimate and illegitimate activities. The increasing complexity of technology for cyber security, information assurance and critical infrastructure require personnel capable of dealing with complex data sets and that have problem solving skills which transcend traditional academic boundaries. This interdisciplinary program is designed to meet the educational needs of the students by providing wide exposure to analytically-oriented classes throughout the university.
Curriculum Guide for Minor in Information and Cyber Analysis
|Requirements for Minor:|
|SOCY 5120||Critical Thinking and Structured Analysis||3|
|BUAL 2650||Business Analytics II||3|
|Select 9 hours from the following or other approved area:||9|
BUAL, COMP, ECON, GEOG, HIST, ISMN, POLI, SOCY, STAT, VBMS. Please see program advisor for approved courses within each area. The student is responsible for ensuring all pre-requisites are met.
12 of 15 hours must consist of upper division courses unless an exception is approved.
Successful completion and/or re-certification of Intelligence Oversight (I/O) training and CITI Basic course.
Students must maintain a portfolio of relevant documents and material.
Last Updated: February 22, 2019