Master of Science in Investigations:
Concentration in Digital Forensics
Dive into the dark web of organized crime and financial crimes. Network with professionals and explore careers in cybercrime investigations, fraud investigations, international-crime investigations, organized-crime investigations, corporate security, loss prevention, anti-money laundering, law enforcement, risk management and numerous other fields. Computer crimes are growing exponentially, as are career opportunities. You can mix courses in white-collar crime and computer crime to enhance opportunities.
The Digital Forensics Investigations Concentration also provides the knowledge and competencies to prepare for the IAFCI Digital Forensics Certification Board (DFCB) and Certified Cyber Crimes Investigator (CCCI), and other national and international certifications.
The program requires 30 units of graduate credit for the degree.
Students are not limited to courses in the Investigations catalog for electives and may take courses in criminal justice, white-collar crimes, national security, and digital forensics investigations or other programs. It is recommended that students discuss elective selections with their advisor to maximize the educational and career opportunities. Based on a student’s work experience or previous course work, certain core requirements may be substituted by other courses.