AAS in Cyber Security/Information Assurance 2018-2019

College-wide curricula of record

The AS of Applied Science (via Distance Education Program) in Cyber Security/Information Assurance at Ivy Tech is valid at the following locations:

Bloomington - Columbus - Elkhart - Evansville - Fort Wayne - Indianapolis - Kokomo - Marion - Richmond - Sellersburg - South Bend – Terre Haute – Wabash – Warsaw - Valparaiso


Ivy Tech curriculum details

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^ = Capstone Course

* = Select a Humanities option (Social Science is automatically fulfilled in INFO plan)

& = Required for Transfer General Education Core Certificate.




Your first two years at Ivy Tech

Course numberCourse nameCredit hours
ENGL 111English Composition3
IVYT 111Student Success in Computing and Informatics1
INFM 109Informatics Fundamentals3
ITSP 135Hardware/Software Support4
NETI 105Network Fundamentals3
SDEV 120Computing Logic3
Semester total: 17

Course numberCourse nameCredit hours
CSIA 105Introduction to Cyber Security/Information Assurance3
CSIA 210Network Protocol Analysis3
ITSP 136Workforce Preparation: CompTIA A+ Certification1
MATH 136College Algebra or higher3-4
NETI 115Routing and Switching3
SVAD 111Linux and Virtualization Technologies Fundamentals3
Semester total: 16-17

Course numberCourse nameCredit hours
COMM 101Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
CSIA 106Workforce Preparation: Comp TIA Security + Certification1
CSIA 135Digital Forensics3
CSIA 215Perimeter Defense3
XXXX XXXLife/Physical Sciences Elective3-5
XXXX XXXCyber Security/Information Assurance Selective I1
Semester total: 14-16

Course numberCourse nameCredit hours
CPIN 269Computing and Informatics Project Management3
CPIN 279Computing and Informatics Exploration and Evaluation1
CSIA 225Ethical Hacking3
*XXXX XXXHumanities/Social & Behavioral Sciences Elective3-4
XXXX XXXCyber Security/Information Assurance Selective II3
Semester total: 13-14
Total hours: 60-64

IU Indianapolis curriculum details

The agreement applies to courses taken at ITCC beginning fall 2016. Courses covered by previous transfer agreements still in effect will transfer as specified in those agreements. All other course work taken prior to fall 2016 will be evaluated by the faculty of IU Indianapolis to determine transferability. A maximum of 64 community college credits may be applied toward the BS in Informatics. 

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^ = Capstone course

** = Elective can be chosen from general unrestricted elective