BSET in Engineering Technology - Concentration in Cybersecurity
All courses with an ENGT prefix require that the prerequisite courses (if applicable) are passed with a C- or better grade (1.700/4.000 grade point average).
|Foundation & General Ed. Courses|
|COMM 111||Public Speaking||3|
|ENGL 101||College English I||3|
|or ENGL 100||English Composition|
|ENGL 102||College English II||3|
|PHIL 385||Engineering Ethics 1||3|
|WSUE 102A||First-Year Seminar: Introduction to Technology and Innovation||3|
|Fine arts, social/behavioral sciences & humanities 2||12|
|CHEM 211||General Chemistry I||5|
|or PHYS 214||General College Physics II|
|MATH 242||Calculus I||5|
|MATH 243||Calculus II||5|
|PHYS 213||General College Physics I||5|
|Engineering Technology Core 3|
|CS 211||Introduction to Programming 4||4|
|or MIS 310||Fundamentals of Business Application Development|
|ENGT 201||Introduction to Engineering Technology||1|
|ENGT 312||Applied Statics||3|
|ENGT 354||Statistical Process Control||3|
|ENGT 401||Senior Project I||3|
|ENGT 402||Senior Project II||3|
|IME 222||Engineering Graphics||2|
|IME 222L||Graphics Lab||1|
|IME 255||Engineering Economy||3|
|IME 258||Manufacturing Methods and Materials I||3|
|Engineer of 2020 program|
|Completion of the Engineer of 2020 program 5|
|Total Credit Hours||73|
PHIL 354 is the preferred course for the Cybersecurity concentration.
All engineering technology students must complete these courses, regardless of engineering technology concentration.
Students taking MIS 310 will take an additional credit hour toward approved technical electives to satisfy the total hour requirements.
Details outlined under College of Engineering Requirements, #6.
|Required Courses for the Concentration 1|
|ACCT 210||Financial Accounting||3|
|ACCT 220||Managerial Accounting||3|
|BLAW 431||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|ECON 232||Statistical Software Applications for Business||1|
|ENGT 501||Cyber Operations||4|
|ENGT 601||Digital Forensics||3|
|ENGT 602||Cyber Physical Systems||4|
|ENGT 611||Cyber Risk Management||3|
|ENGT 612||Secure Web Development||3|
|MIS 600||Database Management Systems||3|
|MIS 605||Systems Analysis and Design||3|
|MIS 611||Topics in Computer Networking||3|
|MIS 696||Management of the IS Function||3|
|Select 8 credit hours of technical electives preapproved by a faculty advisor. Students taking MIS 310 as part of the core courses will need 9 credit hours of technical electives. Please refer to the engineering technology (ET) website or consult with your ET advisor for current list of technical electives. 2||8|
|Total Credit Hours||47|
BADM 161, 162 and 163 are prerequisites for ACCT 210. They will be counted as a technical electives. In addition, ECON 202 is recommended as another technical elective course and will be used to satisfy the advanced standing requirement for MIS courses. Students under this concentration are required to take MIS 310 instead of CS 211. Students are also required to take MATH 243 instead of MATH 252.
Students in engineering technology programs are required to complete an applied learning or research experience to graduate from the programs. The requirement can be met by completing the two-course capstone design experience consisting of ENGT 401 and ENGT 402.
Students interested in the MIS minor must take MIS 325 and MIS 395. One of the two will also be counted as a technical elective toward this concentration. At least 9 credit hours of the MIS courses (MIS 310, MIS 325, MIS 395, MIS 600, MIS 605 and MIS 611) must be taken at WSU with a minor GPA of 2.250 or better.