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Minor in Infrastructure Assurance and Security

The Minor in Infrastructure Assurance and Security is open to all majors in the University. A student majoring in Information Systems will be required to take 18 semester credit hours of coursework. Other majors may be required to take additional hours depending on their academic background.

  1. The following courses are required:

    IS  3413  Introduction to Telecommunications for Business
    IS  3423  Network Security
    IS  3513  Information Assurance and Security
    IS  3523  Intrusion Detection and Incident Response

  2. Two elective courses must be selected from the following for 6 semester credit hours:

    IS  3033  Operating Systems
    IS  4463  Secure Electronic Commerce
    IS  4473  Information Assurance Policy
    IS  4483  Digital Forensic Analysis I
    IS  4493  Access Controls
    IS  4513  Cyber and Physical Systems

    Students may also choose one of the following as 3 hours of the additional 6 hours of information systems electives:

    MOT  4023  Essentials of Technology Management
    MOT  4143  Introduction to Project Management

To declare a Minor in Infrastructure Assurance and Security, obtain advice, or seek approval of course substitutions for course requirements, students must consult the College of Business Undergraduate Advising Center.