Interdisciplinary Cybersecurity Minor

The minor will include tracks in critical application areas within the disciplines of health care, e-business, criminal justice, and information technology.

A Library of Interdisciplinary Cybersecurity Modules

Modules will be designed as reusable learning objects that can be injected into the course with minimal instructor supervision.

Impact

Cybersecurity Faculty: Fellows at Towson University

The team also includes three faculty associates who will design curriculum and foster interest in cybersecurity in their respective disciplines.

Dr. Mary Helen McSweeney-Feld

Dr. Mary Helen McSweeney-Feld

Associate Professor, Healthcare Management Program

Brian J. Gorman, M.Sc., J.D.

Brian J. Gorman, M.Sc., J.D.

Associate Professor, Criminal Justice

Dr. Barin Nag

Dr. Barin Nag

Professor, E-Business and Technology Management

Increasing diversity to the cybersecurity workforce

Expanding cybersecurity education beyond computer science

Increasing the number of students who study cybersecurity.

Providing a much-needed cybersecurity mindset to future decision-makers and front-line workers.

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Cybersecurity General Education Seminar

Course Description Faculty Contact Information Course Objectives Course Prerequisites Course Attendance and Participation Policy Software Requirements Required Course Materials  Course Schedule Week 0 – Date Topics and Content Videos Homework and Labs Week 1...

The Security Injections@Towson, SPLASH@Towson, and Cyber4All projects are supported by the National Science Foundation under grants NSF DUE-1241738,  NSF DUE -0817267, NSF DGE-1516113, NSF DGE-1516113, NSF DGE-1241649, the GenCyber program, and the Intel Corporation.