The Cyber-risk Management major prepares students for a future career in business paired with a solid technical foundation in cybersecurity. Courses are designed to help students throughout their careers by giving them an understanding of cyber risk and the ability to help businesses choose appropriate strategies to respond to those risks. Cyber-Risk Management courses will address many technical areas including network security, software security, web application security, cryptography, end user security, and legal and regulatory compliance.
Cyber-risk Management majors are not allowed to receive the Business Administration Minor or the Cyber-risk Management Minor.
The Cyber-risk Management major requires 81 credit hours of coursework.
*ACCT 209, BADM 105, BADM 250, CISQ 263, MATH 227 are Breech School admittance requirements; students must complete both ECON 210 and ECON 211 for the major, but only one is required for Breech School Admittance.
**Students must be admitted to the Breech School prior to enrolling in BADM 205, BADM 480, FINC 331, MGMT 300, MKTG 337, MGMT 448, MGMT 449, CISQ 352, CISQ 440, CISQ 470, CISQ 478, and CISQ 494