Cybercrime Investigation Opt., Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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This program focuses on the investigation and prosecution of cybercrime once it has occurred. Information Security programs in the Information and Engineering Technology department focus on preventing the infiltration of computer systems.

Cybercrime investigation involves the application of computer forensics examination and analysis techniques, in order to properly preserve electronic and digital evidence, so that it may be presented in a court of law. Both the associate degree and the certificate in Cybercrime Investigation combine criminal justice, forensic science and computer courses and are designed for students who plan to pursue entry-level careers in the field of computer forensics. Graduates with a Cybercrime Investigation Option A.A.S. degree also may decide to pursue a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice at a four-year college or university.


Learning Foundations Overall Requirements
General Education - English Composition
Social Science--SOC-1010
General Education - Information Technology
Elective Credits
  • Take one additional course for 2 or more credits in order to reach the 60-credit minimum requirement for this degree.
18 Credits At the 2000 Level
  • You must take at least 18 credits of 2000-level courses in order to graduate in this program. Courses listed below count toward that requirement.



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Bladen Hall, Room 208 F


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