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Saint leo university Computer science 3+1

  1. 1.  No entrance exams required for the graduate portion  Preferential admission to the graduate program  Gaining a competitive edge over their peers, graduating with two high-value degrees in less time  Ability to enter the workforce earlier, armed with an ad- vanced degree that will likely increase career opportuni- ties and earning potential  Savings by reducing the amount of tuition, fees and housing costs necessary to earn both degrees ■ How to Apply Visit for more information on how to apply. Students should apply for admission to their graduate program of choice at the completion of their second year. ■ Internships A variety of internships are available through the Career Planning Department. For further information, students of Career Planning. ■ Honor Society Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) extends invitations for membership only to the best and brightest business students. It encour- ages and recognizes scholarship and accomplishment among students of business, management, and administra- tion to encourage and promote aspirations toward personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind. ■ Career Outlook Typical career paths for graduates include :  Software Engineer  Computer Scientist  Web Developer  System Software Developer  IT Security Analyst  Systems Analyst  Systems Integrator  Computer Programmer  Database Administrator  Network Administrator ■ What is the 3+1 Accelerated Degree Program? The 3+1 accelerated degree program in computer science is an intense yet rewarding and high-value opportunity for in just four years – a bachelor’s degree, followed by a Master of Science in Cybersecurity. ■ Program Overview The undergraduate computer science major with the infor- mation assurance specialization is offered only at University College, and is designed for students interested in working in the computer technology industry, developing commer- cial and industrial applications or computer models used in scientific or engineering research. Students learn to solve real-life problems involving the de- sign, development, support and management of hardware, software, multimedia and systems integration services. They will practice computer techniques in a stimulating class- room environment that uses the latest state-of-the-art tools and technology. Students will also gain marketable skills in programming, computer forensics, information security, internet applications, and artificial intelligence Students then complete the 3+1 program with the Master of Science in Cybersecurity. Students progress through the program at an accelerated pace by taking additional courses throughout the year in- cluding on-ground, online and summer course options. ■ Admission Requirements Students who are eligible for the Saint Leo Honors Program or are already in the program qualify for admission into the 3+1 accelerated degree program. Honors Program eligi- bility requires a minimum 3.5 GPA and SAT score of 1150+ or ACT score of 25+ for first-year students. Stu- dents who transfer from another National Collegiate Hon- ors Council (NCHC)-recognized Honors program with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 are also eligible. Transfer students with an A.A. or A.S. and a minimum GPA of 3.75 also qualify. Students whose credentials fall just below the minimum eligibil- ity requirements and are interested in being considered for admission into a 3+1 accelerated degree program should alert their Saint Leo admission counselor. COMPUTER SCIENCE 3+1 ACCELERATED DEGREE PROGRAM
  2. 2. ■ Computer Science Curriculum To complete a major in computer science, students will need to take the following courses: University Explorations 42 credits Choosing Wellness 3 credits First Year Experience 1 credit Computer Science Major Requirements 48-51 credits COM 203 Computer Systems COM 204 Programming Logic and Design COM 209 Programming in Java COM 301 Algorithms and Data Structures COM 309 Network Theory and Design COM 312 Computer Architecture COM 330 Database Concepts and Programming COM 340 Introduction to Internet Applications COM 405 Operating Systems COM 416 Introduction to Information Security COM 430 Software Engineering COM 465 Artificial Intelligence COM 497 Computer Science Capstone MAT 151* College Algebra MAT 152 Trigonometry MAT 231 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I MAT 251 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics *Should be taken as the University Explorations basic math course. Information Assurance Specialization 12 credits COM 450 Network Defense and Security COM 452 Computer Forensics COM 470 Management of Information Security COM 475 Penetration Testing Additional Electives 6-9 credits Total Credit Hours 123 Students in the 3+1 accelerated degree program follow the same undergraduate and graduate curricula of our traditional programs, but at a faster pace. Earning a bach- elor’s degree of 123 credits in three years requires that students take a minimum of 41 credit hours per year, which may require a combination of on-campus, summer, and online courses. Transferred credits will also impact program completion time. AP, IB and dual enrollment credits earned by high school students before graduation are accepted. ■ Master of Science in Cybersecurity COM 504 Cybersecurity Compliance and Legal Issues COM 506 Database Security COM 508 Software Security COM 510 Management of Information Security COM 512 Cybersecurity Risk Management COM 514 Cloud Computing Security COM 520 Systems Security Management COM 530 Network Security Management COM 545 Web Security Management COM 546 Ethical Hacking COM 548 Advanced Networking & Protocols COM 590 Strategic Planning for Information Security Total Credit Hours 36 ■ Academic Advising ■ Program Advisor Dr. Vyas Krishnan Assistant Professor of Computer Science Office: (352) 588-8512 Fax: (352) 588-8923 Email: ■ Department Chair Dr. Derek Mohammed Associate Professor and Chair Dept. of Computer Science & Information Systems Office: (352) 588-8413 Fax: (352) 588-8923 Email: Revised 10-2015