Minor in Security and Risk Analysis (SRA)
This minor is intended for those students who are interested in Cybersecurity. The SRA minor will prepare students on the importance of securing information systems from a stand-alone computer to a network of computers in a large organization. Students will perform hands-on laboratory exercises that will reinforce topics covered in the theoretical part of the class. The SRA minor courses include topics covering security, terrorism, networking, cyber forensics, and network security.
Declaring the SRA Minor
Students wishing to declare the SRA Minor must have achieved at least third semester (29.1 credits) or has been accepted into their major but prior to the end of the late drop deadline of the student's final semester. Also, students need to have completed the following courses prior to declaring the minor:
- SRA 111: Introduction to Security and Risk Analysis Keystone
- SRA 211: Threat of Terrorism and Crime
- SRA 221: Overview of Information Security
Additional required courses include:
- IST 140: Introduction to Application Development
- IST 220: Networking and Telecommunications
- IST 451: Network Security
- IST 454: Computer and Cyber Forensics
Directions to Declare the SRA Minor
Students declaring the SRA minor must go to “Degree Planning and Progress and use the “Update Academics” through LionPATH. The minor is “Security & Rsk Analy (UMNR)- Information Sciences and Tech”. The Academic Program is “Information Sciences and Tech” and the Academic Plan is “Security & Rsk Analy (UMNR).