Graduate Certificate in Digital Investigations
The graduate certificate in digital investigations addresses the increasing need for IT professionals with the knowledge and skills to conduct digital forensic investigations. Students acquire an understanding of the proper methods for identifying, acquiring, preserving, and analyzing data from computers, media and mobile devices, and network environments.
Specific admission requirements can be found on the Graduate Program Finder.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 18 credits, including 15 credits in required courses and 3 credits in elective courses.
|FORS 6270||Digital Artifacts: Points of Evidence|
|FORS 6277||Computer Forensics I: File System Analysis|
|FORS 6278||Computer Forensics II: Applied Computer Forensics|
|FORS 6279||Incidence Response: Understanding and Identifying Network-Based Attacks|
|FORS 6280||Advanced Incidence Response: Investigating Network-Based Attacks|
|One of the following:|
|FORS 6259||Computer Related Law|
|FORS 6290||Selected Topics (Macintosh Forensics)|
|FORS 6290||Selected Topics (Malware Analysis)|
|FORS 6290||Selected Topics (Computer Forensics III)|
|FORS 6290||Selected Topics (Mobile Forensics)|