The University of Maine proposal was prepared by George Markowsky of the School of Computing & Information Sciences (CIS). The proposal places particular emphasis on educational requirements of the University, the UMS Cybersecurity Program and the National Security Agency (NAS) which is currently the highest level of approval for cybersecurity programs. Given the desire to move the program forward, the attached motion is conditioned upon resolving financial concerns. The department is anxious to pursue the program but cannot jeopardize the quality of education for the already large number of majors.
University of Maine Faculty Senate, "Background and Motions from PCRRC regarding the new B.S. in Cybersecurity Program" (2015). General University of Maine Publications. 1202.
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