Program Overview

The bachelor program in cybersecurity are established for specialization and application of  practical technology studies. This is based on the industry’s need to have a balance of applied skills and disciplines in both technical domains of research and practical knowledge in the workplace. Moreover, we will integrate the international certifications such as Certified Information Systems Security, Information Systems Auditor, Information Security Manager, Security, and Ethical Hacker.

Learning Outcome

Upon completion of this program, the students will be able to:

  • Understand the breadth and scope of security issues on personal, corporate, national, and global levels
  • Apply the technical strategies, tools, and techniques to secure data and information for a client or customer.
  • Research in both established venues and innovative applications to expand the body of knowledge in cybersecurity.
  • Apply critical thinking to creatively and systematically solve the problems and meet the challenges of the ever-changing environments of cybersecurity.
  • Perform system hardening, vulnerability testing, and forensic investigation procedures.
  • Move into leadership roles in companies, agencies, divisions, and departments.
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage networks security, projects, and work readiness skills.

Future Career

Graduates will be ready to work in roles such as:

      • Cyber Crime Analyst and Investigator
      • Incident Analyst and Responder
      • IT Auditor
      • Penetration Tester and Vulnerability Assessment

Program Structure

 Foundation Year

Term 1

  • Computer Programming Fundamentals
  • Linear Algebra
  • IT Essentails
  • Visual Art
  • Personal Development and Critical Thinking
  • English
  • Seminar on Emerging Technologies

Term 2

  • Introduction to Networks
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Advanced Programing
  • Information Literacy
  • English
  • Seminar on Emerging Technologies

Volunteer (Optional)

  • KHoding Hero
  • CIV
  • CODE-C





 Year 2

Term 1

  • Math for Engineering
  • Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essential
  • Physics for Telecommunications
  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Basic Electronics
  • Seminar on Emerging Technologies

Term 2

  • Enterprise Networking, Security and Automation
  • System Administration
  • Analog and Digital Communications
  • Sensor Network and IOT
  • Seminar on Emerging Technologies

Term 3

  • Data Communications
  • Cloud Computing
  • Introduction to Cyber Security
  • Network Service Provider/Network Design and Implementation
  • Capstone Project I
  • Seminar on Emerging Technologies

 Year 3

Term 1

  • Data Compression and Cryptography
  • Professionalism in Computing and Ethics
  • Ethical Hacking & Countermeasures
  • Research Methodology
  • Career Preparation
  • Seminar on Emerging Technologies

Term 2

Internship I

Term 3

  • Security Analysis and Vulnerability Assessment
  • Network Security / Cloud Security
  • Secure Programming
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Advanced Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures
  • Seminar on Emerging Technologies

 Year 4

Term 1

  • Digital Forensics /Web Application Security/ Mobile Application Security
  • Incident Handling and Response
  • Information System Security and Risk Assessment
  • Project Management
  • Capstone Project II
  • Seminar on Emerging Technologies

Term 2

Internship II