The Undergraduate Minor in Cybersecurity from the department of Information Systems and Technology, College of Business Administration is a five-course (15 credit hours) program. It is designed to help students from all backgrounds achieve a foundation in Cybersecurity. It provides students the flexibility to focus on technical and/or managerial aspects of Cybersecurity. The program also allows students to choose from a range of electives based on student interests.
This minor serves a broad group of managers, technical specialists, and professionals enrolled in any baccalaureate degree at UMSL. A prior background in information security is not required to enter this program. This minor is available to current undergraduate students with any major at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Further, the minor may be added for up to two years following completion of any baccalaureate degree from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
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Obtaining the Cybersecurity Minor:
- The Cybersecurity Minor is offered by the Information Systems Department and open to undergraduate students (from any major).
- To get a Cybersecurity Minor, please contact your undergraduate advisor to "declare" this minor
- Take requisite courses
- At the time of graduation, make sure Cybersecurity Minor is included on your graduation application
For more information contact Information Systems department chair: Dr. Dinesh Mirchandani (email@example.com)