IA-REDI | Information Assurance - Research, Education, and Development Institute

Master of Computer Science Emphasis in Information Assurance

Graduate Academic Standards

Norfolk State University changed its admission criteria to enhance student credentials for college and to motivate high school students toward higher achievement. Effective, Fall 2011, the University implemented the following admission standards - GPA 2.3, SAT 800 and 17 ACT.

Academic progress toward a degree for a student is determined by the student's academic standing as measured by the number of semester hours graded, with grades of "A" through "F", and the number of grade points earned. A minimum of 240 grade points and 120 graded semester hours (2.0 or "C") are required for graduation.

IA Curriculum

Click here to view the complete Computer Science curriculum for Information Assurance. Some of these courses are offered online as well as on campus.