Cyber Security Minor

Minor Program

The impact of ubiquitous computing and the internet calls for rapid changes in computer systems and the criminal justice system at all levels. From threats to national security to national security to banking fraud to simple fraudulent schemes for the unassuming, the "cybersphere" has become the place where crime is committed and must, therefore, be detected and handled accordingly.

Credit Hours
Minor Course Requirements15
Cyber Forensics
Applied Digital Forensics I
Introduction to Cyber Security
Fundamentals of Information Systems Security
Network Security
Ethical Hacking
Total Credit Hours15


Dr. Yiming Ji, Chair, Department of Information Technology
IT Building 2120
PO Box 8150
Statesboro GA  30460
(912) 478-ITIT (4848)


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