A blend of fundamentals and theory, practical applications, and hands-on learning prepares you for an engineering career.
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Information Systems Security
Security of information systems raises numerous open legal and ethical issues that raise some clear conflicts between global versus national interests as well as government versus public interests. Information systems security uses fundamental computer science principles to develop and maintain computer security, intrusion detection and prevention, and network and database security.
Systems engineering is concerned with the design and management of complex systems over their life cycles and assessing their work-processes using modeling, simulation, data mining, optimization methods, and risk management tools.
Develop theoretical knowledge and substantial research experience for innovative system design and problem solving. Faculty member expertise includes: cryptography and data security, supply chain management, quality management, e-business systems and artificial intelligence.
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