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Master of Information Security and Intelligence
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The course is a professional Masters degree consisting of three stages. Each stage is equivalent to one semester full time. A total of 180 credit points is required to complete the course.
|Two compulsory units:|
|CSI4110||Introduction to Information Warfare||15|
|plus two units selected from:|
|CSI4207||Network Security Fundamentals||15|
Students intending to undertake the coursework option in Stage 3 of the Masters must complete CSI4102 Computer Security and CSI4207 Network Security Fundamentals.
|TWO compulsory units:|
|CSI5309||Information and Network Centric Operations||20|
|ONE unit from the following three options:|
Whichever option students select in Stage 2, Project, Research or Coursework will dictate the units taken in Stage 3.
|Project and Research Option students do these units:|
|Any ONE unit selected from the list below|
|CSI5211||Information Security Standards and Practice||20|
|CSI5318||Wireless and Mobile Computing Security||20|
|(Please note that these units are not the same as the level 4000 units with the same name.)|