- Cyber Security is the study of science, technologies, processes, and practices designed to protect computers, networks, smart devices, software programs, and data from attack, damage, or unauthorized access.
- The Cyber Security degree is a collaborative inter-disciplinary degree that follows a holistic approach that integrates technical, legal, business, and policy skills by using existing computer science courses with support courses from Business, Information Systems and Criminal Justice.
- The degree leverages the social, risk analysis, and business aspects of other disciplines. Admitted students to the University are expected to complete Mathematics courses up to Precalculus to start taking cybersecurity-related courses.
- The Core Curriculum serves as a broad foundation for the undergraduate degree.
- All candidates for a bachelor’s degree must achieve core student learning outcomes, including communication, critical thinking, empirical and quantitative skills, teamwork, personal responsibility and social responsibility, by completing courses within each category or component area
- Students seeking the most efficient way to complete the core curriculum and major or minor requirements are advised to take approved courses that can fulfill both requirements.
- Although core curriculum courses can also be used to fulfill major or minor requirements, earned credit hours are only applied once.
|Tuition & fees||1551736 INR|
|Hostel & Meals||468004 INR|
|Books & Supplies||90818 INR|
|Miscellaneous Expenses||160835 INR|
|Residence Application Fees||3662 INR|
|International Student Services Fee||10986 INR|
|Orientation Fee||5493 INR|
|Class 12th||No specific cutoff mentioned|