Increasing complexities of our society, and its laws are influencing
more criminal justice agencies to consider candidates for employment
that possess a college education. The degree in criminal justice
features opportunities to learn essential knowledge for preparedness
to work in the criminal justice field, but does not cover the
professional courses that lead to police or corrections officer
certification. There are also opportunities for police officers and
other practitioners to receive credit for their experiences in this
program. Course work includes the philosophies of community policing,
professional integrity and ethics,personal fitness, broad-based
criminal justice education and writing across the curriculum.
The degree in digital forensics will prepare you to identify,
collect, and maintain digital artifacts to preserve their reliability
for admission as evidence in a court of law. Computers and other
digital devices are used today in just about every facet of our
business and personal lives. As society becomes more dependent on
these devices to communicate and store data, evidence trails are left
in electronic format.
The digital forensics vocational certificate is for individuals who
are already in law enforcement or criminal justice and want to jump
into digital forensics.
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