Administered by Management Information Systems and Computer and Information Systems, College of Business
Effective Fall, 2009
This career concentration in Information Assurance addresses an important need in business today, which is the assurance of the information asset. It is open to any student in any major.
Students should have demonstrated computer competency skills consistent with the students major field and must satisfy the following requirement totaling 24/27 credits.
ACCT.220 Financial Accounting OR
ACCT.221 Principles of Accounting 1 and MISCIS.222 Principles of Accounting 2
ACCT.456 Computer Forensics and Fraud Examination
ITM.408 Systems Security Management
MISCIS.351 Systems Analysis and Design
MISCIS.353 Management Information Systems
MISCIS.358 Data Communication Systems
MISCIS.475 Info Age Organization
CRIMJUST.330 White-Collar Crime
MISCIS.373 Economics of Information Systems