POTENTIAL JOB ASSIGNMENTS
Within the Air Force
Outside the Air Force
- Software Reverse Engineering
- Computer and Network Forensics
SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE
|4th CLASS YEAR (FRESHMAN)||3RD CLASS YEAR (SOPHOMORE)||2ND CLASS YEAR (JUNIOR)||1ST CLASS YEAR (SENIOR)|
|Beh Sci 110
Com Sci 110
For Lang 1
For Lang 2
|Comp Sci 210
Poli Sci 211
Engr Mech 220
Comp Sci 223
|Comp Sci 431
Comp Sci 467
Beh Sci 310
Comp Sci 364
Comp Sci 360
Comp Sci 483
|Comp Sci 426
Comp Sci 438
Aero Engr 315
Soc Sci 412
Acad Option CMS Option
S/T E/S Comp Sci 468
Astro Engr 310
Computer and Network Security majors must take Introduction to Programming (Comp Sci 210) in the fall of their 3-degree year or validate the course.
For full program requirements and course descriptions, download the current Curriculum Handbook.
The Computer & Network Security degree is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
To ensure the success of our graduates, we prepare them to achieve the following Program Educational Objectives within two to five years after graduation:
- Recognition as successful Air Force officers through demonstration of their ability to: rapidly acquire required knowledge, lead others effectively, apply ethical and moral standards, improve unit performance by application of organizational skills, make sound decisions based on critical thinking, communicate effectively
- Selection for career training on, or ahead of, schedule, and for a progression of assignments of increasing responsibility
- Demonstrated ability to solve Air Force technical problems
- Success in continuing education
These objectives are assessed through Student Outcomes—the skills, knowledge and behaviors students should acquire before graduation. The outcomes for this program are:
- An ability to analyze a problem, and to identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.
- An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the discipline.
- An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences about technical information
- An ability to make informed judgements in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
- An ability to function effectively on teams to establish goals, plan tasks, meet deadlines, manage risk, and produce deliverables.
- An ability to apply security principles and practices to the environment, hardware, software, and human aspects of a system.
- An ability to analyze and evaluate systems with respect to maintaining operations in the presence of risks and threats.
The number of cadets graduated or enrolled in the Computer & Network Security major are listed, by class, below:
Computer & Network Security Enrollment Data
Lt Col Chiaramonte, DFCS