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Overview

  1. The course is an online course. Lessons will be studied during eight learning periods and quizzes will be taken during eight quiz periods. Each learning period will be followed by a quiz period.
  2. Links to the lessons will be posted in the Current Lessons section on the Lessons page of the course website. Each lesson will contain one or more sections. Each lesson section contains a video, the notes made in the video, homework problems, and homework problem solutions.
  3. The lessons should be studied in the order they appear in the Current Lessons section of the Lessons page.
  4. Each quiz will be worth 50 points and will cover the lessons posted in the Current Lessons section of the Lessons page. Quizzes will be given on Brightspace. You will have 75 minutes to complete a quiz and submit your written work. The first 60 minutes is for taking the quiz, and the final 15 minutes is for making one or more PDF files of your written work, adding the PDF(s) to the quiz responses, and submitting the quiz.
  5. Help will be available via email. Live online help (individual or group) will be available using web conferencing software. See the Help page of the course website or the Getting Help section of the syllabus for instructions on obtaining help.

Syllabus

A major part of cybersecurity work is reading, studying, and understanding documentation. Documentation is presented in a wide variety of forms, and working with documentation effectively is a skill you need to acquire and refine.

The syllabus is the documentation for this course. It is the document which explains the course policies and how the course works. You are required to study the syllabus carefully so that you understand the course policies, know how to learn in the course, know what to do to get help with the course materials, and know when you need to study and take quizzes.

Syllabus

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Course Information

Course Name: Applied Cryptography
Course Numbers: 2030 361-502 (74533)
Course Type: Online
Length: 8/23/2021–12/5/2021

Instructor Information

Scott P. Randby, Ph.D. (Mathematics)
Associate Professor of Technical Mathematics
Co-founder of the Cybersecurity program
Mathematics Department
Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences
The University of Akron
College of Arts and Sciences 263 (CAS 263)
Akron, OH 44325-4002
Phone: 330-972-6094
Email: srandby@uakron.edu

Author: Scott P. Randby

Email: srandby@uakron.edu

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