Graduate Certificates in Investigations

The University of New Haven offers several graduate Investigations Certificate programs. These certificate programs allow you to explore and gain a better understanding of different facets of Investigations without committing to a full master’s degree. If you choose to complete a master’s, they can also offer an additional focus on top of your degree. Each certificate below is offered 100% online.

Each certificate requires 12 credit hours or 4 classes. If you are a current master’s degree student, you may apply one of your courses towards the 12 credit requirement.

Below are a list of eligible certificates:

Required Courses (6 credits)

  • INVS 6611 Contemporary Topics in Cybercrime Investigations
  • CJST 6600 Computer Crime: Legal Issues and Investigative Procedures

Plus two free electives (6 credits)

Required Courses (6 credits)

  • CJST 6600 Computer Crime: Legal Issues and Investigative Procedures
  • NSPS/CJST 6627 Internet Investigations & Audit-Based Computer Forensics

Plus two free electives (6 credits)

Required courses (6 Credits)

  • INVS 6605 Topics in White Collar Crime
  • INVS 6629 Evolving Trends of Financial and Cyber Crimes in an EMV World

Two electives: Select two from the following (6 credits)

  • INVS 6601, INVS 6603, INVS 6610, INVS 6612, INVS 6626, INVS 6627, INVS 6634 or INVS 6635

Required Courses (6 credits)

  • INVS 6617 Civil Rights Investigations
  • INVS 6620 Title IX & Other Predator Investigations

Plus one free elective (3 credits)

Required Courses (9 credits)

  • INVS 6635 Healthcare Fraud Investigations
  • INVS 6637 Anatomy of Healthcare Fraud
  • INVS 6638 Electronic Files & Healthcare Fraud

Plus one free elective (3 credits)

Required Courses (12 credits)

  • INVS 6639 Global Perspectives of Multi-national Private Sector Security Operations
  • INVS 6658 Asymmetrical Warfare 1
  • INVS 6659 Asymmetrical Warfare 2
  • INVS 6606 Security & Loss Prevention or
    INVS 6644 Intellectual Property Rights & Counterfeit Goods Investigations