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MEIA Objectives and Outcomes
Graduates of the MEIA program become experts in methods, techniques, and tools used in information assurance..
Graduates of the MEIA program serve as chief security officers for organizations.
Graduates of the MEIAprogram practice lifelong learning and keep themselves up to date with emerging Security Engineering knowledge.
Graduates of the MEIA program contribute to Cyber Security Journals and Conferences.
Students should know the proven principles/techniques/tools, current standards, and best practices of Information Assurance.
Students can perform independent research in the area of Information Assurance.
Students can build a secure networked system and setup/enforce security policies.
Students can perform risk analysis and penetration testing of a networked system.
Students has developed effective communication skills and professionalism.
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