Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Applied Science in Cyber Operations and Resilience Degree Requirements
The online cyber operations and resilience program is a 120 credit program that includes the following:
- University Foundations Courses – 37 credits. These foundation courses may be met through transfer coursework or will be incorporated into your program of study at Boise State.
- Required Courses – 36 to 43 credits.
- Electives, transfer credits or completed associate degree (AA, AS, AAS or equivalent) – 40 to 47 credits.
Review the following table for details on required courses for the cyber operations and resilience program.
|CORE 400 Cyber Systems Thinking||3|
|CORE 405 Cyber Project Management and Design||3|
|CORE 470 Cyber Risk Management||3|
|CPS 301 Information Assurance and Critical Thinking||3|
|CPS 401 Defensive Security (Cyber Ops Certificate)||3|
|CPS 402 Offensive Security (Cyber Ops Certificate)||3|
|CPS 403 Recovery and Forensics (Cyber Ops Certificate)||3|
|CPS 411 Foundational Essentials for IT Network Practitioners (CompTIA Network+)||3|
|CPS 412 Foundational Essential for IT Cybersecurity Practitioners (CompTIA Security+) (Cyber Ops Certificate)||3|
|CORE 480 Finishing Foundations/Capstone||3|
|Cyber Depth: Choose four to seven credits from the following:|
CORE 401 Cyber Risk Assessment (1)
CORE 410 Applied Cybersecurity Programming (1)
CORE 411 Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (1)
CORE 413 Internet of Things Architecture (1)
CORE 420 Cyber Security Operations Center (1)
CORE 421 Cyber Business and Regulatory Operations (1)
CORE 422 Cyber Red and Blue Teams (1)
CORE 450 Cyber Threat Intelligence (3)
CORE 460 Cyber Resilience Systems Design (3)
|Applied Learning: Choose two to six credits from the following:|
CORE 484 CORe Experiential Learning (1 - 3)
CORe 485 Credit for Prior Learning (1 - 3)
CORe 486 CORe Certification (1 - 3)
CORE 493 Internship (1 - 12)