Curriculum Information Guide
Security SystemsDr. M. Nazrul Islam, Chair
Security Systems & Law Enforcement Technology Department
School of Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Science Degree
The goal of this program is to provide a positive learning and teaching environment in applied science and technology. The program treats the technical aspects of the discipline in order to educate a new breed security director who integrates crime prevention theory with the design philosophy and hardware and software components of security systems. Criminal justice and security are by their nature information gathering and processing activities and students need to be prepared for a changing work environment where computers will be used extensively. The computer as an integrating technology is emphasized in the program to achieve remarkable effectiveness as well as exceptional efficiency of crime control performance. The Access Control, Computer Forensics, Computer Security, Intrusion Detection, and Security-Imaging Sensor laboratories which house state-of-the-art equipment serve as technical resources for the program. The courseware teaches students how to: manage the movement of people in organizations; detect intrusions on the corporate network; deter acts of corporate espionage and sabotage; and prevent theft of company assets. What is different about this program is that it has been shaped as a digital age curriculum. Students do not simply learn about hardware and software but also are taught how to use it to solve protection problems.
Our program offers students a choice of one of two concentrations, 1) a networking concentration; or 2) a transportation security – aviation concentration. These concentrations are supported by courses from Farmingdale’s Aviation and Computer Systems Departments.
Typical Employment Opportunities
Federal Law Enforcement Agencies
Local, Municipal, and State Law Enforcement Agencies
Security Systems (BS) Program Outcomes:
- Graduates will have knowledge of advanced computer-based evidentiary and “discovery” data methods, and will be technically competent to administer procedures for evidence identification, documentation, and chain of custody maintenance.
- Graduates will have knowledge to develop comprehensive computer security programs for organizations.
- Graduates will have knowledge to develop protection programs for organizations using an integrated security systems approach.
- Graduates will have an appreciation and understanding of the necessity for personal integrity, professional ethics, and cultural awareness.
|Fall 2019 - Subject to Revision|
*Note: The Liberal Arts and Science electives must include:
1. At least 3 credits in General Education
2. At least 9 credits in the Social Sciences
3. At least 12 credits of 200 or higher level courses
Free Electives (6 Credits)
Network Concentration (12 Credits)
|BCS 208 Networking Fundamentals I||3|
|BCS 209 Networking Fundamentals II||3|
|BCS 320 Scaling Networks||3|
|BCS 321 Connecting Networks||3|
Transportation Security (12 Credits)
|AVN 280 Intro to Air Cargo Operations-Basic||3|
|AVN 300W Government in Aviation||3|
|AVN 400 Aviation Law||3|
|AVN 417 Homeland Security in Aviation||3|
Degree Type: BS
Total Required Credits: 122
Please refer to the General Education, Applied Learning, and Writing Intensive requirement sections of the College Catalog and consult with your advisor to ensure that graduation requirements are satisfied.
Admission to Farmingdale State College - State University of New York is based on the qualifications of the applicant without regard to age, sex, marital or military status, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, disability or sexual orientation.