CHANGES IN MICRO CERTIFICATION ELIGIBILITY
Based on the feedback we have received, the Security Programming course has made a change in its micro-certification requirements (you are now eligible even if you have not come out to the previous classes).
We will be holding a 1-hour lecture on the Fundamentals of Security Programming. At the end, you will be given an exam and you must pass the exam to earn the micro certification.
Special Lecture & Exam Date: 4/20 Friday 5-6:50PM @ Rawls College of Business NW202
Exam Details: Must attend the 1-hour lecture on 4/20 and take the exam following the lecture (takes place right after the lecture). Must score 22 out of 25 points (plus 5 bonus points)
Cost: Free to all RISA members
UPCOMING COURSE IN SECURITY PROGRAMMING:
This course is free and exclusive to all RISA members. Click here to register now to get your membership fee waived.
WEB AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT // 5PM EVERY OTHER FRIDAY
This course is a technical project-based course. The course consists of 5 classes which build a basic web authentication system. Some front-end design work will be involved.
All majors are welcomed. This course is designed for students who have a strong interest in programming, database systems, and web application development. Students should have some basic knowledge in SQL and database design, along with some Java programming skills.
2/23- Intro to User and Input Validation
3/9- Password Validation and Security
3/23- Database Design and JDBC Application
4/6- Java Servlets and Tomcat Server
4/20- Special Lecture
TEXT AND REQUIRED SUPPLIES
1. Laptop , and no text is required
2. Suggested software download instructions click here