I.T.C. Industrial Cybersecurity Engineering Technology

(1 Year)

Program Objectives:

  1. Identify and respond to security concerns relating to operational cyber-physical systems.

  2. Coordinate among key stakeholders for matters dealing with the security of cyber-physical systems.

  3. Promote stakeholder awareness and education relating to cyber-physical systems security.

  4. Establish optimal policies for managing risk in cyber-physical systems.

  5. Use security criteria to influence technology selection and deployment.

Student Outcomes:

1. Apply the fundamental principles of cyber-physical systems.

2. Explain the need and purpose of securing cyber physical systems.

3. Identify common weaknesses in cyber physical systems.

4. Evaluate the security of cyber physical systems by applying pertinent recognized standards.

5. Propose practices for managing cyber physical systems risk.

6. Implement techniques for defending cyber physical systems.

Program Admissions Requirements

Students must meet with the Program Coordinator prior to beginning course work.

Students must have completed a previous degree relating to Computer Science or Information Technology Systems and meet ESTEC acceptance requirements.

Students are required to meet with the Program Coordinator before beginning course work. Students entering from other programs may be able to waive or substitute courses.

Placement Test Math
ACT 19
SAT 460

Major Requirements

Required Courses:
ESET 1120Introduction to Energy Systems2
ESET 1120LIntroduction to Energy Systems Laboratory1
ESET 1162Industrial Safety and Regulations2
ESET 1182Information Technology Fundamentals3
ESET 2205Fundamentals of Control Logic3
ESET 2222
ESET 2226
Process Control Theory
and Process Control Devices Laboratory
or ESET 2242 Practical Process Measurements and Control
ESET 2282Introduction to Networking3
CYBR 3383Security Design for Cyber-Physical Systems3
CYBR 3384Risk Management for Cyber-Physical Systems3
CYBR 4481Defending Critical Infrastructure and Cyber Physical Systems3
CYBR 4486Network Security for Industrial Environments3
CYBR 4487Professional Development and Certification3
INFO 4411Intermediate Information Assurance3
Total Credits34-36

 Major Academic Plan (MAP)