In the last several years, digital technology has made unprecedented advances and has impacted all aspects of our society. With those advances has also come the rise of the science of digital forensics. Whether it is collecting digital evidence for a legal case, recovering information after a hardware failure or analyzing a system after a hack, digital forensics specialists are playing an increasingly important role in business, law and criminal justice.
Roger Williams University offers undergraduate and graduate certificate programs for aspiring digital forensics experts that are designed to instill the foundations of this cutting-edge field. The five-course program sequence will assist students seeking to work independently or find positions in law enforcement, military or law firms as digital forensic analysts.
Requirements in the Undergraduate Certificate in Digital Forensics
|SEC||320||Digital Forensics I|
|SEC||400||Advanced OS and Hardware|
|SEC||420||Digital Forensics II|
|SEC||421||Digital Forensics III|
|SEC||450||Law for Forensics Professionals|
Requirements in the Graduate Certificate in Digital Forensics
|CJS||540||Computer Hardware and OS|
|CJS||542||Introduction to Computer Forensics|
|CJS||543||Computer Forensics II|
|CJS||544||Computer Forensics III|
|CJS||545||Law for Forensics Professionals|