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Information Assurance and Forensics

 
Richland College/Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology College
Information Assurance and Forensics
Transfer Agreement

Whereas, Richland College and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology, both regionally accredited higher education institutions, are committed to providing high-quality educational opportunities; and

Whereas, Richland College and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology share a common bond in workforce education and economic development; and

Whereas, the governing boards of Richland College and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology are committed to the creation and facilitation of robust career and educational pathways;

Now, therefore, be it resolved that both parties understand this agreement is specific to the Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology Bachelor of Technology in Information Assurance and Forensics and Richland College Associate in Applied Sciences in Digital Forensics degrees.  To this end, the agreement contains the following provisions:

  1. Richland College and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology will collaborate to provide current and prospective Richland College students with quality advisement and services in fulfillment of this transfer agreement;

  2. Representatives of Richland College and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology will approve the design of any marketing materials publicizing this agreement;

  3. Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology will, as permitted under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, provide Richland College with an annual report regarding the number and performance of Richland College alumni who enroll at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology;

  4. Appropriate faculty and administrators of Richland College and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology will meet annually to review and maintain the transfer guide, assess and develop program offerings, schedule student and faculty visits, explore facilities and faculty sharing, and investigate joint extramural resource generation.
Upon formal approval of this transfer agreement by the following officials of Richland College and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology, each is free to publicize the terms herein. These terms shall remain in effect until one or both of the institutions deem it necessary to modify or terminate the agreement.

Richland College


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Ms. Martha Hogan           Date
Executive Dean, School of Business & Chair, Information Technologies Division
                                                               
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Dr. Steve Mittelstet         Date
President 
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology 

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Dr. Scott Newman      Date
Chair, Information Technology


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Dr. Bob Klabenes               Date
President

Description:

This agreement marks a partnership between Richland College (RC) and Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT) in the facilitation of student transfer from RC to OSUIT. Under this agreement, students completing the Associate in Applied Sciences in Digital Forensics at RC (as listed) will be able to transfer up to sixty three (63) credit hours into the OSUIT Bachelor of Technology in Information Assurance & Forensics.

DCCCD

OSUOK

Communications (9 hours)

Course

Hours

Course

Hours

ENGL 1301 Composition I (a grade of "C" or better required)

3

ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I

3

ENGL 1302 Composition II

3

ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II

3

SPCH 1311 or 1315 (a grade of "C" or better required)

3

SPCH 1113 Introduction to Speech or SPCH 2313 Small Group Communications

3

Mathematics (3-4 hours)

MATH 1314* or 1414* (a grade of "C" or better required)

3-4

MATH 1513 College Algebra

Technical Core (18 Hours)

ITSC 1425 Personal Computer Hardware

ITSY 1400 Fundamentals of Information Security

COSC 1436 Programming Fundamentals

IIMED 2415 Web Page Design II

ITCC 1401 CCNA 1: Networking Basics

ITSC 1405 Introduction to PC Operating Systems

18

ITD 1213 Hardware Systems Support

ITD 1243 Principles of Information Security

ITD 1333 Object-Oriented Programming using Java

ITD 1353 Web Programming and Development

ITD 1223 Network Systems ITD 2223 Operating Systems

18

Social Sciences (9 hours)

HIST 1301 United States History To 1865

3

HIST 1483 U.S. History to 1865

3

GOVT 2301 American Government I

3

POLS 1113 U.S. Government

3

Select one of the following::
Anthropology 2346, 2351; Economics 1303, 2301, 2302, 2311; Psychology 2301, 2314, 2316; Sociology 1301, 1306, 2319

3

Social and Behavioral Science

3

Humanities and Visual/ Performing Arts (6 hours)

Choose one of the following:
ARTS 1301, 1303, 1304
DANC 2303
DRAM 1310, 2366
HUMA 1315
MUSI 1306, 1308, 1309

3

Visual and Performing Arts

3

Choose one of the following:
CUST 2370
HIST 2321, 2322, 2380, 2381
PHIL 1301, 2306, 2307, 2316, 2317
RELI 1304

3

PHIL 1213 Ethics

3

Approved Technical Electives (6 Hours)

ITDF 1300 Introduction to Digital Forensics

ITSY 2459 Security Assessment and Auditing

6

Six hours of lower-division ITD coursework

 6

Information Assurance and Digital Forensics Concentration Core (9 Hours)

ITSW 1407 Introduction to Databases

ITSC 1456 Solaris Shell Programming

ITSY 2441 Security Management Practices

12

ITD 2203 Database Systems

ITD 2313 Script Programming

 ITD 2413 Enterprise Security Management

9

Six additional hours of electives

Total-63 Hours

*Requires prerequisites

Advisement Notes

Students completing the following Richland College courses will be able to apply the content of those courses to the OSUIT Bachelor of Technology in Information Assurance and Forensics plan of study; however, they will be required to complete six (6) hours of approved, upper-division technical coursework to satisfy the degree’s upper-division credit hour requirements;

  • ITSY 1442 Information Technology Security
  • ITSY 2401 Firewalls and Network Security and/or ITSY 1442 Information Technology Security
Students undertaking the OSUIT Bachelor of Technology in Information Assurance and Forensics must:Complete at least 60 credit hours from a regionally accredited, senior level (i.e., baccalaureate degree granting) institution;

  • Complete at least 30 hours through OSUIT;
  • Complete 15 of their final 30 hours through OSUIT;
  • Receive a “C” or higher in all major coursework;
  • Maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA to graduate.