The Bachelor of Science in Computer and Cybersecurity Engineering (CCSE) is a degree program that prepares students for an engineering career that involves design and application of secure and resilient computer hardware and software systems. This is a unique program that combines computer engineering and cybersecurity topics into one major. The program emphasizes the cybersecurity engineering of cyber-physical systems which are becoming more prevalent every day. It is concerned with detection and elimination of vulnerabilities and the safe operation of the Internet of Things, cloud computing, healthcare, smart/micro grid power systems, computer networks, and wireless communications.
|Computer and Cyber Security Engineering Requirements||(47)|
|or CS 458|
|or CS 470|
|Computer Science Major Requirements||(16)|
|Software Engineering/Law Elective||(2-3)|
|Select two to three credit hours from the following courses:||2-3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Interprofessional Projects (IPRO)||(6)|
|See Illinois Tech Core Curriculum, section E||6|
|Humanities and Social Sciences Requirements||(21)|
|See Illinois Tech Core Curriculum, sections B and C||21|
|Total Credit Hours||133-134|
ECE 497 with a project related to cyber security topics such as smart grid, Internet of Things, cloud computing, hardware security, or cryptography. Please see your academic adviser for more details.