|SEC||320||Digital Forensics I|
|SEC||400||Forensic Hardware and Acquisition|
|SEC||420||Digital Forensics II|
|SEC||421||Digital Forensics III|
|SEC||450||Law for Networking, Security and Forensics Professionals|
The study of digital forensics is a growing field for both law enforcement as well as corporate employees. Within this five course certificate students will understand NTFS and FAT Operating Systems, be able to develop sound evidence for presentation in court and be able to manage evidence in a safe and acceptable fashion.
Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in order to be eligible for Graduate Certificate Admission.
Admission requirements are:
|CJS||540||Digital Forensics Hardware and Acquisition|
|CJS||542||Digital Forensics I|
|CJS||543||Digital Forensics II|
|CJS||544||Digital Forensics III|
|CJS||545||Law for Forensics Professionals|
*A student may be awarded the Master of Science in Cybersecurity after the successful completion of the three certificates, Digital Forensics, Cyberspecialist, and Cybersecurity.