CSE 4382. SECURE PROGRAMMING. 3 Hours.
This course is an introduction to methods of secure software design and development. Students will learn about the major security problems found in software today. Using this knowledge, they will work in teams to find these bugs in software, fix the bugs, and design software so that it has fewer security problems. Static analysis tools will be a core part of the class, but students will also be exposed to black box testing tools. Topics will include input validation, buffer overflow prevention, error handling, web application issues, and XML. Prerequisite: Admitted into an Engineering Professional Program. C or better in CSE 3320.
Computer Science and Engineering - Undergraduate Programs
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers three programs of study leading to the bachelor's degree: the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, and the Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering.