Experiential Learning

Students will complete 3 credits of experiential learning from research and/or practical experiences.

Students are encouraged to engage in research in order to gain greater insight into a specific area within cybersecurity, obtain an appreciation for the subtleties and difficulties associated with the production of knowledge and fundamental new applications, and to prepare for graduate school and the workforce.

Reflection on an experiential learning opportunity, including internships (on and off campus), participation in the ACES cybersecurity competition team, cybersecurity awareness outreach, etc. Each experience will be reviewed and approved by the ACES Director.

Offered Spring and Fall 2018.