AAS in Cyber Security - Information Assurance Emphasis to BS in Cyber & Data Security Technology (University of Arizona Global Campus) 2020-2021

TRANSFER PATHWAY
(For Transfer to the University of Arizona Global Campus)
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN CYBER SECURITY – INFORMATION ASSURANCE EMPHASIS TO
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CYBER & DATA SECURITY TECHNOLOGY

Catalog Year: 2020-2021 You may use this pathway if you entered Dallas College on or before this date.

Career Path: Engineering, Technology, Mathematics and Sciences

Available at: Richland Campus

TSI: Must be Complete

SEMESTER-BY-SEMESTER MAP FOR FULL-TIME STUDENTS

Although there may be several options to fulfill certain requirements for the associate’s degree, please note that this pathway lists the specific courses leading to this bachelor’s degree. All plans can be modified to fit the needs of part-time students. This is not an official degree plan. Refer to catalog for official degree requirements. You must receive a GPA of at least 2.00 on all college-level course work. Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by Dallas College. Certain courses for this program are only offered at the Richland Campus. Contact your advisor for information.

AAS DEGREE MINIMUM: 60 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER 1 (Total Hours: 15)

ENGL 1301 – Composition I This is a (CB 010) Core course. Must earn a grade of “C” or higher.

ITCC 1414 – CCNA 1: Introduction to Networks

MATH 1314 – College Algebra This is a (CB 020) Core course. Must earn a grade of “C” or higher.

CHOOSE ONE:

  • ITSC 1416 – Linux Installation and Configuration OR
  • ITSC 1405 – Introduction to PC Operating Systems

POFI 1104 – Computer Fundamentals Students must choose Word Processing Skills or Spreadsheet Skills.

SEMESTER 2 (Total Hours: 15)

ITSY 1400 – Fundamentals of Information Security

ITMT 2405 – Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure

CHOOSE ONE:

  • ITCC 1440 – CCNA 2: Routing and Switching Essentials OR
  • ITDF 1400 – Introduction to Digital Forensics OR
  • ITSC 1425 – Personal Computer Hardware

SPCH 1321 – Business and Professional Communication This is a (CB 090) Core course.

SEMESTER 3 (Total Hours: 15)

ITSY 2459 – Security Assessment and Auditing

ITSY 1442 – Information Technology

ITSE 1429 – Programming Logic and Design

Humanities/Fine Arts Core Elective This is a (CB 040 or CB 050) Core course. There are several options to fulfill this requirement. Contact your academic advisor for a specific list.

SEMESTER 4 (Total Hours: 15)

ITSY 2442 – Incident Response and Handling

ITSY 2401 – Firewalls and Network Security

Social/Behavioral Science Core Elective This is a (CB 080) Core course. There are several options to fulfill this requirement. Contact your academic advisor for a specific list.

CHOOSE ONE:

  • ITSY 2441 – Security Management Practices OR
  • ITSY 2486 – Internship-Computer and Information Systems Security

THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA GLOBAL CAMPUS
(For Transfer From Dallas College)
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN CYBER SECURITY – INFORMATION ASSURANCE EMPHASIS TO
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CYBER & DATA SECURITY TECHNOLOGY

SEMESTER-BY-SEMESTER MAP FOR FULL-TIME STUDENTS

For questions about the University of Arizona Global Campus portion of this transfer pathway, contact the Academic Partners Office at articulation@uagc.edu. It is best to apply to Global Campus 3-5 weeks before you plan to transfer. It will help if you submit a copy of this pathway with your application as well as an unofficial transcript showing your degree. All courses starting at semester 2 are required, unless otherwise noted.

SEMESTER 1 (Total Hours: 15)

BUS 105 – Business & Academic Success This is the required entry-point course.

GEN 103 – Information Literacy

ENG 122 – English Composition II

PHI 103 – Informal Logic

GEN 499 – General Education Capstone

SEMESTER 2 (Total Hours: 15)

MAT 232 – Statistical Literacy

ECO 203 – Principles of Macroeconomics

ENG 328 – Scientific & Technical Writing Prerequisites: ENG 122 and Fulfillment of General Education Scientific Reasoning requirement.

CPT 301 – Computer Organization and Architecture Prerequisite: CPT 200

CPT 304 – Operating Systems Theory and Design Prerequisite: CPT 200

SEMESTER 3 (Total Hours: 15)

CPT 307 – Data Structures and Algorithms Prerequisite: CPT 200

CPT 310 – Database System Management Prerequisite: CPT 307

CST 301 – Computer Software Technology and Design Prerequisite: CPT 310

TMG 300 – Scrum Basics

CYB 301 – Introduction to Cyber & Data Security Technology

SEMESTER 4 (Total Hours: 15)

CYB 302 – Secure Web Applications and Social Networking

CYB 400 – Cryptography

CYB 401 – Risk Management and Infrastructure

CYB 402 – Computer Forensics

CYB 499 – Capstone for Cyber & Data Security Technology Prerequisite: GEN 499

Please note: course sequence may vary based on course availability and student's individual transfer credit situation. We recommend students work with their Academic Advisor during their second course, to ensure they are not scheduled for any duplicative courses pending their official transfer credit evaluation.

Successful completion of this program by itself does not provide licensure or certification in any state, regardless of concentration or specialization.

Approved: 2020-2021 Guided Pathway; Approved by University of Arizona Global Campus 11.20.2020