Online Certificate: Digital Forensics
Computers play a prominent role in almost every workplace today to manage financial, and personnel records and communications.
This certificate program targets the needs of business, government and non-profit organizations, and law enforcement in handling the increasing issues related to digital activities contrary to policy, ethics, and law.
The 18-credit certificate can be used to complete an Associate in Applied Science degree in Information Technology Systems or as a stand-alone certification for those with previous computer network skills.
Students will learn how to:
- Apply digital legal requirements related to the handling of evidence in an investigation.
- Demonstrate proper handling of possible evidence related to investigations following identified digital forensic procedures.
- Demonstrate skills in acquisition, recovery, analysis, and documentation of digital data from digital devices and systems.
Courses are offered in online and in evening hybrid formats to accommodate the schedules of working professionals.
Learn more about the Digital Forensics Certificate of Completion.
For more information about the online certificate in Digital Forensics please contact:
David Rosi, Computer Science Instructor
Online programs and classes are perfect for students who want the convenience of completing classwork without traveling to campus and at times that fit work and family schedules.
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