GenCyber SPLASH: Secure Programming Logic Aimed at Students in High School

Audience: 
High Schooler

GenCyber SPLASH: Secure Programming Logic Aimed at Students in High School

Free for Qualified High School Girls

4 College Credits

Now accepting applications for SUMMER 2015, class starts June 22

Towson University is offering a secure programming logic course (COSC 175) in Summer 2015 to high school girls.

This four credit course will be taught online by Dr. Blair Taylor (btaylor@towson.edu).

Dr. Taylor will be using security injection modules from the Security Injections @ Towson project to ensure that students are introduced to important secure coding concepts.

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

· Understand and apply the software development process

· Analyze problems and design structured solutions

· Understand, create, and apply simple data types and arrays.

· Create algorithmic solutions using basic control structures (sequence, decisions, loops) and functions.

· Compile, execute, and run simple programs (in C++)

· Understand the importance of secure programming.

Visit www.towson.edu/splash to apply or email btaylor@towson.edu