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.
Learn more about Cyber Security and what you will be learning through the Syllabus showcasing the content contained in the field.
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
Associate Professor, Healthcare Management Program
Brian J. Gorman, M.Sc., J.D.
Associate Professor, Criminal Justice
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.
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...
Healthcare (followed by Manufacturing, Finance, Government, and Transportation) moved into the top spot of the rankings as the most-attacked industry in 2015 according to the IBM Cybersecurity Intelligence Index http://ibm.co/1r1ggmj #cyber4all