Critical Infrastructure Resilience Graduate Certificate

With the growing need for a highly skilled and well versed cyber security workforce, especially in sectors of our nation’s critical infrastructure, there is a need for guidance and recognition of accomplishment in graduate studies in this area, from multiple disciplines. The Critical Infrastructure Graduate Certificate is offered in the Technology Management program. Masters students in TM, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, or Nuclear Engineering, as well as non-degree-seeking professionals, will be eligible to earn this interdisciplinary certificate. 
 
The first course listed is required. The remaining are electives that meet specific objectives.  Group 1 of electives covers fundamentals of security and risk management. Students choose two of these courses.  Group 2 of electives provides domain-specific engineering fundamentals of cyber-physical systems. Group 3 of electives provides computer security concepts and skills.

TM 517Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Fundamentals3
Select 6 credits of electives from the following:6
Advanced Information Assurance Concepts
Resilient Control of Critical Infrastructure
Homeland Security
National Incident Management Systems
Risk Assessment
Nuclear Rules and Regulations
Select 3 credits of electives from the following:3
Digital Process Control
Real-Time Operating Systems
Microcontrollers
Distributed Processing and Control Networks
Supervisory Control and Critical Infrastructure Systems
Control Systems
Digital Process Control
Industrial Electronics and Control Systems
Control Systems
Nuclear Safety
Select 3 credits of electives from the following:3
Network Security
Applied Security Concepts
Computer and Network Forensics
Total Hours15

Courses to total 15 credits for this certificate