Graduate Certificate - Cyber Criminology and Cyber Security - Graduate Certificate

Program:
Cyber Criminology and Cyber Security - Graduate Certificate
Program Code:
7795 Cyber Criminology & Security
Program Level:
Graduate Certification
Award Type:
Graduate Certificate Program
Start Term:
FS20
College:
College of Social Science
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Department:
School of Criminal Justice
Relevant Excerpt(s) from Academic Programs:


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College of Social Science

School of Criminal Justice

Graduate Study
Cyber Criminology and Cyber Security - Graduate Certificate

The Graduate Certificate in Cyber Criminology and Cyber Security is designed to provide graduates the knowledge of cybercrime/cyberterrorism, the understanding of basic principles of cybersecurity, and digital forensics skills to prepare individuals for successful careers in the fields of digital forensics, law enforcement investigations, cyber security, or intelligence analysis, whether in government or the private sector.  Students leave the program with ability to understand and identify the range of cybercrimes that occur, as well as the facilitating role of technology in myriad real world offenses, and will be able to identify the basic system and network structures that support the Internet and online communications, and understand and communicate basic cybersecurity strategies in practice in various organizations. Students will be able to utilize forensic techniques to appropriately seize and analyze digital forensic evidence from devices to yield digital evidence.

Requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Cyber Criminology and Cyber Security
Students must complete 15 credits from all of the following courses: 
CJ 872 Open Source Information Analysis 3
CJ 874 Cybercrime, Deviance and Virtual Society 3
CJ 875 Digital Forensic Investigations 3
CJ 876 Data Systems/Infrastructure 3
CJ 877 Cyber Terror and Cyber Warfare 3