Program Outcomes: M.S. in Cybersecurity

Program Outcomes: M.S. in Cybersecurity
  1. [MS-CyS A security threats] Be able to define and use security models to abstractly describe security properties of computer and communication systems in the face of current, emerging, and potential threats.
    • CS 573 outcome 1
    • CS 573 outcome 2
    • CS 573 outcome 3
    • CS 573 outcome 4
    • CS 573 outcome 5
    • CS 578 outcome 2
    • CS 578 outcome 3
    • CS 578 outcome 5
    • CS 665 outcome 1
    • CS 665 outcome 8
  2. [MS-CyS B security practice] Be experienced in experimenting with software and hardware, to explore flaws in systems; explain performance issues with a focus on their trade-off security; and use standard security-related tools and packages.
    • CS 579 outcome 3, Symmetric crypto practice
    • CS 579 outcome 5, Public key crypto practice
    • CS 579 outcome 7, Cryptanalysis
    • CS 665 outcome 2
    • CS 665 outcome 5
    • CS 665 outcome 7
    • CS 665 outcome 9
  3. [MS-CyS C crypto] Be able to explain cryptographic techniques and primitives, and be able to use them in providing security guarantees.
    • CS 579 outcome 1, Crypto and security
    • CS 579 outcome 2, Symmetric Crypto practice
    • CS 579 outcome 4, Public key crypto
    • CS 579 outcome 6, Symmetric vs. public key crypto
  4. [MS-CyS D privacy] Be able to describe and use tools for preserving the privacy of confidential data, as well as explain some of the social and legal aspects of privacy.
    • CS 578 outcome 1
    • CS 578 outcome 6
    • CS 578 outcome 7
    • CS 665 outcome 3