Bachelor of Science (Cyber Security) Yr3
This course focuses on the practical and theoretical dimensions of IT security across a range of fundamental areas, such as network security and vulnerability assessment, information security, digital forensics, wireless device security and database security. Students will gain a solid grounding in conventional computer and network security concepts and skills. In addition, the course is designed to meet the changing landscape of secure computing, which involves not only computers, but also telecommunications networks and network enabled devices such as smartphones and tablet devices.
Graduates of this course will be awarded an ECU Bachelor of Science (Cyber Security) degree from their studies at ACBT.
LKR 110,000/- per unit
Bachelor of Science (Cyber Security) – Year 3
Year 3 – Trimester 1
- CSI3208 : Ethical Hacking and Defence
- MAT3170 : Data Analysis and Visualisation
- CSG3309 : IT Security Management
- CSG3308 : Wireless Security
Year 3 – Trimester 2
- *CSG3101 : Applied Project (double credit unit)
- Elective units (2) – To be Advised
Pre-requisite(s) for specific unit(s)
- *CSG2344 Project Methods and Professionalism is required for CSG3101 Applied Project
ECU Bachelor of Science (Cyber Security)
Students will receive a Bachelor Science (Cyber Security) degree from Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has accredited this course.
This course prepares students for careers in the field of cyber security, including areas such as network security, computer forensics, information warfare and wireless security.
Cyber Security Analyst, Cyber Security Officer, Technical IT Security Officer, Network Security Engineer, Digital Forensic Practitioner (Acquisition and Analysis), Information Security Auditor, Information Security Analyst, Security Consultant, Software Auditor.
Pathway Options into this degree
Students who have previously completed the Diploma of Science (Computing/IT) at ACBT or a comparable Diploma from another recognised institution may be eligible for advanced standing, which would reduce the total number of units required to complete this degree. To see if you are eligible for advanced standing, please contact us.