Honours Bachelor of Applied Information Sciences – Information Systems Security

Program description

The explosion of Internet traffic has created enormous demand for information systems security professionals. Sheridan Bachelor of Applied Information Sciences (BAISc) provides outstanding preparation for a rewarding career in this rapidly growing field. Our one-of-a-kind Information Systems Security degree program has a stellar reputation among employers. With a Sheridan Information Systems Security degree, you'll be prepared to join this exciting profession – and to get ahead in it. The Bachelor of Applied Information Sciences (BAISc) Information Systems Security degree program includes up to 28 weeks long internship in the form of a field placement in a real-world workplace. You'll advance from fundamental computer science principles to more specialized courses covering all aspects of information systems security, including: network security, database security, data forensics, e-commerce applications and internet security, data protection, applied cryptology, malicious code analysis, secure programming, security auditing, and legal and ethical issues in IS security related professions.

Course website

https://academics.sheridancollege.ca/programs/bachelor-of-applied-information-sciences-information-systems-security.

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Sheridan College


Faculty of Applied Science and Technology

Duration

Four years (eight semesters)

Credential awarded

Honours Bachelor of Applied Information Sciences

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