The online certificate in security and risk analysis is a five-course, 15-credit program of study. To earn this certificate, you must successfully complete each course with a grade of C or higher.
Course List - Undergraduate Certificate in Security and Risk Analysis
|Introduction to C++ Programming||CMPSC 101||Properties of algorithms, languages, and notations for describing algorithms; applications of a procedure-oriented language to problem solving||3 credits|
|Introduction to Programming Techniques||CMPSC 121||Introduction to programming techniques design and implementation of algorithms. Structured programming. Problem solving techniques. Introduction to a high-level language, including arrays, procedures, and recursion||3 credits|
|Introduction to Application Development||IST 140||A first course in concepts and skills for application development.||3 credits|
|Information, People, and Technology||IST 110||The use, analysis, and design of information systems and technologies to organize, coordinate, and inform human enterprises.||3 credits|
|Introduction to Security and Risk Analysis||SRA 111||This introductory course spans areas of security, risk, and analysis covering contexts in government agencies and business organizations.||3 credits|
|Threat of Terrorism and Crime||SRA 211||Provides overview of nature, scope, and seriousness of threats to security as a result of terrorism and crime.
Prerequisite: SRA 111
|Overview of Information Security||SRA 221||Provides an understanding of the overview of information security including security architecture, access control, and internet secure applications.
Prerequisite: SRA 111, IST 110, CMPSC 101
See course start and end periods and semesters offered on the Penn State World Campus student resources website.