No, the Cybersecurity Center does not advise students on classes. You must contact the Information and Decision Sciences Office (JBH Room 460) for advising.
The Cybersecurity Center maintains grant sponsored cyber programs at CSUSB. We are a sponsored programs office, NOT a degree program advising center.
The Codepath course is open to all levels of cybersecurity students. It is an advanced level course and is listed under IST 590. This means that you do need the required prerequisite course to be enrolled into IST 590.
The Facebook Codepath course is offered every Spring and Fall quarter.
The number of scholarship students accepted into the SFS program varies every year. We typically accept anywhere from 7 to 10 students. For the IASP program, we review the CSUSB student applications and send our top nominations to the Department of Defense for selection.
For pricing on degree programs please refer all questions to the Department of Information Decision Sciences.
Any questions relating to academic coursework are refered to the Department of Information Decision Sciences.
No, the design of the certificate program is similar to a minor. An example of this would be majoring in Computer Science and getting a certificate in Cybersecurity.
Yes, you can still get a masters degree in cybersecurity even if your bachelors degree is not related.
Dr. Coulson is avaliable to speak with students during his office hours. His Spring Quarter office hours are Mondays 11AM - 2PM and Tuesdays 12PM - 1PM in room JB 282. Dr. Coulson will be out of the office during the week of 6/4 to 6/8.
We offer many different cybersecurity degrees here at CSUSB. For a brief description on these degrees please visit our Academic Programs tab and navigate to your degree level to find cybersecurity bachelors and masters programs.