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Kettering University

Computer Gaming & Data Security

Kettering University

Computer Gaming & Data Security



At Kettering, we believe that it’s all about options and increasing your opportunities for success. Take your Computer Science degree to the next level with a concentration in Computer Gaming or System and Data Security. As a CS major, you receive a solid foundation in computer software, hardware and theory. You also acquire the core knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in any field, such as: analytical thought, research skills, time management and communication. Upon graduation you not only have a degree in an in-demand field, but you also have the necessary coursework to begin a career in one

of these cutting edge careers. It is Kettering’s goal to partner with you to ensure you’re getting the most out of your education. Your degree remains in Computer Science and both concentrations add value to your computer science career in government or industry positions. So feel free to chart your own course, knowing that we will be with you every step of the way. Together, we can ensure that you’re massively ahead of the game!



Computer gaming is a multi-million dollar industry, which is always in need of talent to bring the latest technologies to life on screen. Kettering’s Computer Gaming concentration gives you the start you need to pursue a career in this cutting-edge field.

In today’s electronic age, data security is becoming more and more vital, and companies need people who understand the field and keep up with its everchanging landscape. Kettering’s Systems and Data Security concentration provides you with the depth of study in areas of national concern. You learn the foundations of computer and data security, theory and technology, and the techniques necessary to function on a team where data security is a critical part of the work function.

The Computer Gaming concentration reflects the multi-dimensional nature of the field and emphasizes the technical foundation of gaming. It allows for the rapid technical transfer of gaming into a wide variety of applications. Students majoring in Computer Science may select a concentration in Computer Gaming consisting of the following 20 credit hours of Computer Science technical electives: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

CS-320 Computer Graphics CS-420 Virtual Reality CS-385 Introduction to Game Design CS-481 Artificial Intelligence CS-485 Advanced Game Programming

Students in Computer Science may select a concentration in System and Data Security consisting of the following 20 credit hours of Computer Science technical electives: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

CS-300 The Computing Professional CS-415 Cryptography CS-455 System and Network Security CS-458 Computer and Network Forensics CS-459 Secure Software

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