Student Outcomes, Cyber Security Track

  • Student Outcomes  

    Upon graduation, all computer science students are expected to possess the following knowledge, skills, and behaviors:

    1. Apply computer science knowledge to application areas from science and industry.
    2. Apply appropriate data structures and algorithms to analyze and solve new problems.
    3. Apply software engineering techniques to designing, implementing, documenting, testing, and maintaining software systems.
    4. Contribute to improving the design and implementation of databases.
    5. Use more than one programming language and choose an appropriate ones for a project.
    6. Work with and communicate effectively with professionals in various fields.
    7. Continue a lifelong professional development in computing.
    8. Act ethically and professionally.

    In addition a graduate of the Cyber Security track will be prepared to:

    1. Work with business personnel to implement cyber security policy.
    2. Work with law enforcement personnel at all levels to prevent cyber security violations and prosecute those who attack computer systems.
    3. Manage security in network systems.
    4. Increase the public’s knowledge of cyber security issues.
    5. Establish procedures that provide information assurance in computer systems for which he/she is responsible.
    6. Contribute to improving secure data communications.
    7. Strengthen the security of application programs.