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Information Technology: Bachelor of Science with Emphasis in Computer Security and Forensics Requirements

180 Credits

Offered at Albuquerque, Albuquerque West, Austin, Austin South, Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Burnsville, Centennial, Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs South, Denver, Ellsworth, Garden City, Georgetown, Independence, Indianapolis, Lee's Summit, Lewisville, Mesquite, Minnetonka, Overland Park, Rapid City, Rochester, Roseville, Sioux Falls, Tigard, Tulsa, Watertown, Weldon Spring, Wichita, Wichita West, and Zona Rosa. This program is also offered through NAU’s distance learning program. Some of the courses in this program may be offered only through NAU's distance learning program.

Information Technology Major Core

Credit Hours

(A minimum of 27 of the following 51 credits must be earned at NAU.)

CI1420

Principles of Programming

4.5

CI2011

Introduction to Database

4.5

CI2211

Internetworking Fundamentals

4.5

CI2430

Computer Concepts

4.5

CI3010

Linux

4.5

CI3091

Database Design and Management

4.5

CI3155

Computer Ethics

4.5

CI3310

Website and Web Application Design

4.5

CI4220/
MT4230

Project Management

4.5

CI4221

Systems Analysis and Design

4.5

CI4223

Integrative Systems Project **

6

 

 

51

Support Core

AC2760

Financial Accounting for Managers

4.5

EC2050

Macroeconomics

4.5

EC2100

Microeconomics

4.5

FN3000

Business Finance I

4.5

MG1050

Principles of Marketing

4.5

MT2050

Principles of Management

4.5

 

 

27

Computer Security and Forensics Core

(A minimum of 18 of the following 31.5 credits must be earned at NAU.)

CI2440

Introduction to Computer Security

4.5

CI3680

Java Programming

4.5

CI3710

Internet Security

4.5

CI3715

Cybercrime and Information Systems

4.5

CI3720

Computer Forensics

4.5

CI3725

Network Security

4.5

CI4710

Forensic Methods

4.5

 

 

31.5

Open Elective

4.5

 

4.5

General Education Core (66)

(Available for block transfer ##)

Communications

EN1150

Composition I

4.5

 

 

4.5

Science

SC

Science Electives

9

 

9

Humanities

HU

Humanities Electives

9

 

9

Behavioral/Social Science

Behavioral/Social Science Electives

9

 

9

(Course-by-course transfer)

Communications

EN1300

Composition II

4.5

EN2100 or

Speech or

 

EN2150

Interpersonal Professional Communications

4.5

EN3050

Technical Communications

4.5

 

 

13.5

Mathematics

MA2050

College Algebra

4.5

MA3000

Business Statistics

4.5

 

 

9

General Education

CS1150/
CI1150

Introduction to Computer Information Systems

4.5

CS1600

Pathways to Academic and Professional Success

4.5

CS2080

Career Management

3

 

 

12

**Capstone Course - Senior level, minimum "C" grade required, must be completed at NAU.

Residents of the state of Minnesota or students attending any Minnesota campus:

are encouraged to complete some advanced or upper division general education course work.

## Block transfer is not available to these students.

Graduation Requirements: A minimum 2.0 GPA is required overall and in the Information Technology Major Core and the Computer Security and Forensics Core. See the "Graduation Requirements" section of the catalog for additional requirements.

(The university reserves the right to correct clerical errors.)