Cybersecurity Management

 Students consult with Maria Weese
Arthur Carvalho teaches an ISA classs
 ISA chair talks with student Dana Schwartz
 Students work in a data mining class
 Students work in a data mining class

Companies in virtually every industry are spending increasing amounts of resources addressing cybersecurity in the new networked world in which they now do business  There is a rapidly growing need for both managerial and technical expertise in the information security realm.  The Cybersecurity Management Minor, open to all university students, offers students from any major the managerial and basic technical skills critical for understanding and addressing cybersecurity concerns within organizations.

The minor provides students with an applied/managerial perspective on the cybersecurity issues faced by organizations, an understanding of how organizations address those issues both culturally and administratively, as well as insight and experience with some of the leading as well as emerging technologies applied in the information security realm.   

Minor Information

  • 18 credit hours
  • Open to all students
  • Note: For Information Systems majors, at least 9 credit hours beyond the business core must be courses not double counted toward the major
  • Satisfies the thematic sequence requirement for non-business majors
  • The following courses are offered spring term only: ISA 305 and 405
  • A minimum 2.00 GPA is required for all courses in the minor
  • Prerequisite information available in the Miami Bulletin

Minor Requirements


  • CSE 262
  • ISA 235
  • ISA 301
  • ISA 305
  • ISA 405

Electives - take 3 hours:

  • CSE 174
  • ISA 281
  • ISA 335
  • ISA 481
  • POL 437

Minor Advisor:

Dr. Jeff Merhout


Created by FSB Advising, July 2020