Touro College Graduate School of Technology, NYC’s top center for continuing education in the fields of computer science and technology, is thrilled to welcome new and returning students back to its city campus. The 2014-15 school year is already in full-swing!
Students interested in following an analytic career path should consider enrolling in the following two courses, both of which are celebrating their inaugural semester at Touro:
- Principals of Data Analysis (MSIS 637)
In MSIS 637, students will learn the fundamentals of statistical data analysis through the use of the R programming language. Throughout the semester, the course will actually teach the basics of the R programming language, which include data types, control structures, functions, and debugging tools. R is a fairly advanced programming language, and is a critical tool for students to master if they choose to seek employment in statistical and business analysis. MSIS 637 is an excellent first step!
This course meets Monday evenings, from 6:15 to 9:15 p.m.
- Network Security (MSIS 645)
MSIS 645 is perhaps the most topical class students can choose at Touro. The objective of Network Security is to instruct students with hands-on knowledge of software used by professionals to both prevent attacks on computer systems and eliminate both their potential and existing vulnerabilities. Upon completion of the course, students will understand how to work with perimeter defenses, perform scanning and attacking networks, prevent system intruders, increase securities during a potential attack, and further expand their comprehension of/experience in the area of “ethical hacking.” Of course, no real systems will be harmed in the making of this course!
Network Security will also meet Monday evenings, from 6:15 to 9:15 p.m.
To find out more about these computer science and technology courses, contact the graduate school today! More information about Touro can be found just below. The graduate school looks forward to hearing from all interested students!
Touro College Graduate School of
27-33 West 23rd Street, Room 331
New York, NY 10010