The College of Arts and Sciences offers several interdisciplinary minor programs: the minor in archaeology, the minor in Italian Studies, and the minor in Russian and East European Studies. The College also offers four interdisciplinary certificate programs: the multidisciplinary certificate in cybersecurity, the certificate in data visualization and analysis, the multidisciplinary certificate in gerontology, and the certificate in Russian and East European Studies.
Cybersecurity Certificate Program
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
McQuaid Hall, Room 212A
(973) 761-9466 firstname.lastname@example.org Director: Manfred Minimair, Ph.D.
The program provides the skills and knowledge in Cybersecurity that information workers and business leaders need to succeed. It trains in the practical skills of Cybersecurity, technical foundations, computing for information systems, and psychological foundations of organizations relevant for Cybersecurity. Furthermore, the program offers skills in securing computer networks needed for industry-recognized certifications, such as CompTIA Network+ and Security+.
Undergraduate admission to Seton Hall University
The certificate is earned by completing 12 course credits. The following courses are required to earn the course credits:
Waived for students who participate in the Great Minds Experience in Cybersecurity.
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