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This course prepares students with crucial skills to be responsible citizens in a digital future. It is designed for beginner computer science students with no specific course prerequisites. Students will learn foundational cybersecurity topics including digital citizenship and cyber hygiene, the basics of cryptography, software security, networking fundamentals, and basic system administration. This is a one year course designed for high school students.
This course prepares students with crucial skills to be responsible citizens in a digital future. Foundational cybersecurity topics are learned including digital citizenship and cyber hygiene, and information literacy. This is a one-semester course designed for middle school students.
This course prepares students with crucial skills to be responsible citizens in a digital future. Students will learn cybersecurity topics including digital citizenship and cyber hygiene, and the basics of cryptography. This is a one-semester course designed for high school students.
This is the first course in the cybersecurity pathway and will prepare students for an advanced cybersecurity course and/or cybersecurity certification(s). Students will learn cybersecurity topics such as software security, networking, system administration, and the basics of cryptography and programming.
The CodeHS Advanced Cybersecurity course is the capstone course of the cybersecurity pathway. Students will learn advanced topics in the field of cybersecurity, including advanced cryptography, networking, risk assessment, and cyber defense.
As our world becomes increasingly dependent on technology, it is essential that we help students learn how to behave safely and ethically online. This course prepares students with crucial skills to be responsible citizens in a digital future.
This courses introduces secure software development, security threats, principles, strategies, coding techniques, and tools that can help make software fault-tolerant and resistant to attacks. Students also learn about cryptography, information theory, computational complexity, and number theory.
Students develop the knowledge and skills needed to explore fundamental concepts related to the ethics, laws, and operations of cybersecurity by examining trends and operations of cyberattacks, threats, and vulnerabilities. The skills obtained in this course prepare students for additional study in cybersecurity.
This course introduces the principles of cybersecurity, emerging technologies, threats and protective measures, and investigates the diverse high-skill, high-wage, and high-demand career opportunities in the field of cybersecurity.
This course examines the core concepts and terminology of cybersecurity and information assurance, integrating the importance of user involvement, network architecture, threats, and security; operational and system security; cryptography, and a broad range of other topics.
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