The Certificate in Information Security is designed to equip students with marketable skills and knowledge for adaptation to specific tasks and industry recognized standards associated with network security, information and data security, and information assurance. The fifteen credit certificate program is endorsed by the U.S. Federal Government’s Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS).
The traditional INFOSEC Certificate Program is now offered in the evening to meet the needs of busy working professionals like you, who are either looking to enter the field of information security or looking to advance in your current career. Each course is offered in three-hour blocks two nights a week for eight weeks. iSec requires all applicants to have a minimum of 60 college level credits.
The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) recognize that the University of Tulsa curriculum meets the CNSS 4011 training standard. By being compliant, the certification program provides the required training for network security professionals who assist federal agencies and private sector entities to protect their information and aid in the defense of the nation's vital information resources. This formal NSA and CNSS certification gives TU the authority to recognize those candidates who have demonstrated that they have met the CNSS 4011 training standard.
Candidates who have met the standard will be issued a letter of recognition acknowledging their completion of the recommended training requirements. This letter of recognition can be used as confirmation of having met the CNSS 4011 requirements.
This program is not currently offered.