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Red Rocks Community College Bachelor in Secure Software Development
Red Rocks Community College

Bachelor in Secure Software Development

Lakewood, USA

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Sep 2024

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The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Secure Software Development, “The Software side of Cyber Security.” The degree requires the completion of 120 credit hours. Students will be required to declare the BAS through admissions. Students must meet with Computer Technology/Computer Science faculty to set up an initial subject-specific advising meeting, develop a student plan, and review their general education requirements/transfer credits. Satisfactory completion (grade of C or higher) is mandatory for all core and computer degree coursework. Course work for this degree can be completed in traditional, hybrid, or online format.

This area of emphasis prepares you to become a programmer in secure software development. You will develop skills using multiple programming languages and databases and implement component security using the industry’s best security practices. You will also design, develop, and test secure software applications; conduct software penetration testing, and provide recommendations for reducing computer security risks. This degree also focuses on critical elements of software security; implement techniques for mitigating security risks. You will identify and develop software solutions to threats and attacks to minimize risk and protect privacy.

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