Learn to detect, prevent and analyze cyber security attacks with a Certificate in Cybersecurity from the Information Technology Program at Mizzou Engineering.
What is it?
The undergraduate Certificate in Cybersecurity is a 15 credit-hour stand-alone certificate. It consists of 12 core requirements and one elective.
Why pursue it?
Cybersecurity is one of the most pressing challenges we face, and right now, there’s a shortage of cybersecurity professionals. This certificate aims to address the need for professionals who are trained to anticipate, defend against and respond to these threats. The certificate provides essential training for those seeking entry-level positions in cyber security or for professionals who seek advancement in the field.
Undergraduate Cybersecurity Certificate Requirements
Requirements: 15 completed hours (12 required, 3 elective)
Required: 12 hours
INFOTC 1040 Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming
INFOTC 2810 Fundamentals of Network Technology
INFOTC 2910 Cyber Security
INFOTC 3910 Advanced Cyber Security
Elective: 3 hours
INFOTC 2830 Web Application Development I
INFOTC 3330 Object Oriented Programming
INFOTC 3530 UNIX Operating System
INFOTC 3810 Computer Network Security
INFOTC 3850 Computer System Administration
INFOTC 4830 Web Application Development II
INFOTC 4910 Digital Forensics
Note: You must complete INFOTC 3530 in order to take INFOTC 4910.
Current Mizzou students can apply for the certificate here or speak with their advisor about adding it.
Non-Mizzou students can apply for the certificate here.