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INSC 210 Property and Liability

Insurance Principles

3 Credits

Prerequisite:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assess- ment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 025,ENGL 032 and MATH 044 or MATH 015.Provides overview of the insurance business and an understanding of basic principles of property and liability

insurance. INSC 220 Personal Insurance

3 Credits

Prerequisite:INSC 210 or Advisor Approval.Analyzes personal loss exposures and insurance including homeowners and other dwelling coverage,personal liability,inland marine,auto,life,health insur-

ance, and financial planning. INSC 230 Commercial Insurance

3 Credits

Prerequisite:INSC 220 or Advisor Approval.Explores commercial cover- ages and loss exposures including property,business income,marine, crime,boiler and machinery,general liability,auto,workers compen- sation, business owners,miscellaneous coverages,surety bonding.

INSE 101 Introduction to Information Systems Security

3 Credits

Prerequisites:CINT 106 and CINT 121.Students will explore the field of information systems security focusing on the technical aspects of the discipline. Students will be introduced to the basic terms,concepts, and buzzwords of computer and network security and best practices, roles and responsibilities of management and security personnel. This course explains the fundamentals of communication,infrastructures, operational security,and methods for preventing attacks,areas of risk

management,physical security,and cryptography. INSE 201 Risk Management/Cyber Terrorism

3 Credits

Prerequisites:INSE 101 and CINT 251.Students will learn principles of incident response and disaster recovery. Students will learn to identify vulnerabilities and take appropriate countermeasures to prevent and mitigate risks to an organization.Students will learn planning,assessing the risks,incident response,contingency plan- ning, and prioritizing systems for disaster recovery. The role of man- agement and the relationships of various members of an organiza- tion will be discussed.Students will learn to create a hardened net- work by developing and implementing policies and procedures,and how to restore a network in the event of a disaster. Discussion will also include cyber terrorism and its prevention and countermeasures.

INSE 202 Advanced Routers/Firewalls

3 Credits

Prerequisites:INSE 101 and CINT 252.Provides an advanced under- standing of the fundamental concepts involved in firewalls,routers, intrusion detection,intrusion prevention and VPN’s and where they fit into a network security program. Students will learn advance installation techniques,discuss how to make intelligent choices in firewall and/or router technology,and learn advanced troubleshoot-

ing. This course provides a comprehensive look at their use with

other network security components and how they combine with DMZs,routers,and VPNs for optimal perimeter security. The student will study such topics as packet filtering,proxy servers,authentica- tion, encryption,and securing host computers. Hands-on practical

application will also be included.

INSE 210 Secure Coding Theory and Application

3 Credits

Prerequisite:CINS 221.Presents the steps for writing,testing,and deploying good,robust,and security-enhanced code.Subjects cov- ered include:Thread modeling,Secure code lifecycle,Buffer over- flows, race conditions,and format string problems,Inputs and clients,File systems,Cryptography applications,UMLsec,Java securi-

ty, Reverse engineering. INSE 211 Cryptography

3 Credits

Prerequisite:INSE 101.Students will learn about cryptography as an indispensable resource for implementing strong security in real- world applications. Students will learn why conventional crypto schemes,protocols,and systems are vulnerable. The course will cover the foundations of cryptography using simple mathematical terms: probability,information theory,computational complexity, number theory,and algebraic techniques. The student will assess the strength of several standards and use formal methods to prove their security and efficiency. Students will discuss zero-knowledge protocols: their characteristics,development,arguments,and proofs, symmetrical and asymmetrical encryption,digital signatures, Kerberos,code signing,creation/deployment of strong keys and

passwords,Virtual Private Networks,SET,and SSL INSE 250 Ethical Hacking

3 Credits

Prerequisites: INSE 101.The student will continue the knowledge learning in the Certified Ethical Hacker track started in INSE 101.The student will learn threats and defense mechanisms,web applica- tions and data servers,Linux,Macintosh and Mobile systems,and Secure Network Infrastructures.These topics will help lead the stu- dent to sit for the CEH certification exam presented by EC-Council.

INTD 101 Design Theory

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.Introduces theory and color dynamics as applied to compositional design.Includes exploration and application of three-dimensional concepts,human factors and the psychology and

social influences of space. INTD 102 Drafting and Construction

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in MATH 015 or MATH 044.Provides an understanding of building structures,residential construction techniques,building materials and blueprint reading.Includes building codes and the preparation of plans,eleva- tions, sections,and details as they relate to construction drawings.

INTD 103 Introduction to Interior Design

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.An introductory course,which provides students with an overview of the field of interior design.Exercises include small scale space analysis and functional planning based on user needs, application of the principles of design,furniture arrangement and selection,interior finish considerations and presentation techniques.

INTD 104 Textiles for Interiors

3 Credits

Prerequisites:None.An intensive study of textiles from fiber sources

identification and classification to finish and sustainable qualities. .Also introduces the study of interior textile fabrications including window treatments,upholstery,carpet and wall coverings.

INTD 105 Design Presentations

3 Credits

Prerequisites: INTD 102.Presents the elements of two- and threedi- mensional representational drawings and design concepts.Studies include basic drawing,drafting and perspective techniques;color rendering,material board preparation and client presentation.

INTD 108 Interior Design II

3 Credits

Prerequisites: INTD 102 and INTD 103 and INTD 105.Presents con- cept development,programming and space planning of the interior

environment.Exercises reinforce creativity and problem solving skills.Emphasizes the relationship between individuals and their surroundings,including studies in human scale,proxemics and

design considerations for special populations. INTD 110 History of Interiors and Furniture

3 Credits

Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 025 and ENGL 032.Survey of the development of the interrelationship of architec- ture, interiors,furniture,and decorative arts from antiquity through the ages.

INTD 115 Basic CAD for Interior Designers

3 Credits

Prerequisite:INTD 102 and demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in MATH 050 or MATH 070 or MATH 015 or MATH 022.Introduces fundamen- tals of Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) for environmental designers. Includes overview of CAD systems,use of software,and printer/plot-

ter applications. INTD 200 Lighting and Building Systems

3 Credits

Prerequisites: INTD 102 and INTD 216.Presents the integration of commercial and institutional interior design and architectural detailing.Includes the environmental impact of mechanical and electrical systems,as well as acoustics and codes.Special emphasis

will be placed on lighting technology and application. INTD 201 Interior Materials

3 Credits

Prerequisites: INTD 102 and INTD 103.Examines the physical proper- ties and characteristics of various furniture and decorative materials,


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