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Network Security: uat.edu/network-security-degree
|Semester 1||Semester 2||Semester 3||Semester 4||Semester 5||Semester 6||Semester 7|
|Core||3 credits||3 credits||3 credits||3 credits||SIP||SIP, 3 credits||SIP/Internship|
|Gen Ed||6 credits||6 credits||3 credits||3 credits||6 credits||6 credits||3 credits|
|Gen Electives||3 credits||6 credits||6 credits||CFR105||6 credits||3 credits||9 credits|
|Major Specific||NTS201||NTW220, NTW103||CFR101, NTW216||NTS370||PDS300, NTS330||NTS435||NTS415|
|NTW220||Linux I for Technologist|
|NTW103||Fundamentals of Network Engineering|
|CFR101||Computer Forensics Essentials|
|NTW216||Foundations of System Administration|
|NTS370||Shell Scripting for Technologists|
|PDS300||Production Studio I|
|NTS435||International and Federal INFOSEC Standards and Regulations|
|NTS415||Network Defense and Countermeasures|
|PDS400||Production Studio II|
MA, Intelligence Studies (Cyber), American Military University
BS, Management and Computer Information Systems, Park University
Professor Jones is the lead Cyber Instructor at the University of Advancing Technology and is a software developer who currently creates applications for law enforcement. He is also an AZ Peace Officer Standards and Training certified General Instructor as well as a public speaker. He earned a BS, in Computer Information Systems from Park University in 2013 and an MA, in Intelligence Analysis with a focus in Cyber Security in 2014. Professor Jones has been the recipient of recognition from the El Paso Police Department, State Of Texas, Texas Military Forces, Chandler Police Department, and others.
Professor Jones is also active in the community as the founder of the Phoenix Linux Users Group Cyber Security Meetup and regularly teaches members of the public a myriad of topics related to Cyber Security. His audience includes students, teachers, law enforcement, military, government officials, and concerned members of the public with a strong desire to learn what is going on in the world of technology.
BS, Network Security, University of Advancing Technology
Jeremy and I grew up right here in Arizona. He is a UAT graduate and former Student Ambassador. The passion he has for technology started with being the lead programmer for his robotics club in high school. He takes part in capture the flag and hackathon competitions. In his free time, he likes to play Dungeon & Dragons and video games.
PhD, Engineering Management, Kennedy-Western University
MS, General Administration, Central Michigan University
BS, Electrical Engineering, University of Cincinnati
Dr. Miles has been teaching in UAT's Cyber Studies program for over 15 years. He is the principal of Peak Security in Colorado. His background in technology and information security is extensive and includes teaching at Black Hat, serving as editor in chief at The Security Journal and being a security consultant.
Professor Miles enjoys custom woodworking and is a Master Craftsman. His skills date back to when he was growing up and working with his father, who instilled a deep pride in workmanship and customer service.
MS, Information Assurance, Grand Canyon University
BS, Information Technology, Grand Canyon University
AS, Business Management, Community College of the Air Force
Professor Aaron Rodriguezis an Air Force Veteran which has served in military and contract support for various government agencies including supporting worldwide security efforts. Aaron has planned and managed Computer Incident Response Teams (CIRT) and multiple cyber training operations. He has several years of information technology background with a specialty in cyber security and information protection. Aaron graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Bachelor's in Information Technology and a Masters's in Cyber Security and Information Assurance.