Project to be undertaken at the end of the program of study. Students must obtain a cyber faculty sponsor; prepare a written proposal that includes course objectives, time tables, and measurable evaluation criteria; and receive approval from both the cyber faculty sponsor and Director of the Cyber Security Center. Approval of Cyber faculty sponsor and Cyber Security Center Director.
The students will be able to: 1. Identify project/research problems; 2.Apply computer science principles and practices to a real-world problem; 3.Identify potential solutions/algorithms for the project problem; 4. Solve problems using required knowledge and skills; implement and test solutions/algorithms; 5.Work with other team members and show evidence of working productively as an individual and in a team on a project that produces a significant software product; 6.Show evidence of competency in oral and written communications skills through oral presentations (project presentation) and technical reports. 7.Use modern techniques, skills and tools necessary for computer science practices relevant to the project they undertake.