Digital Forensics

Program Description

Catalog Year: 2019

The certificate 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.

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Program Requirements

Digital Forensics VS Required Courses : Required Courses

Take:
  • CIS-110 - Introduction to Computers
  • CIS-170 - Introduction to Computer Forensics
  • CIS-171 - Introduction to Cyber Crimes
  • CIS-221 - Computer Operating Systems/Microsoft
  • CIS-222 - Computer Operating Systems/Linux
  • CIS-230 - Computer Hardware
  • CIS-253 - Security Fundamentals
  • CIS-271 - Application Device Evidence Recovery

Digital Forensics VS Required Courses : Electives

Take 8.00 credits from:
  • CIS-114 - Digital Cameras and Computers
  • CIS-230 - Computer Hardware
  • CIS-252 - Network Fundamentals
  • CIS-253 - Security Fundamentals
  • CRJ-165 - Introduction to Forensic Science

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