The cybercrime & technology specialization prepares you to enter into the criminal justice field academically, pragmatically, or with a practitioner-oriented focus. The program is designed to provide you with access and exposure to the variety of elements within criminal justice. If you specialize in cybercrime, you will be able to supplement your degree with courses designed to take a deeper look at topics such as cybercrime investigation, computer forensics, and security and protection for cybercrime. Your specialization may require prerequisite course work. Please talk to your advisor for more information.
Cybercrime & Technology
Specialization for Graduate Degrees
Personalize your Master of Science in Criminal Justice with a specialization such as Cybercrime & Technology. The Cybercrime & Technology specialization for graduate degrees enhances your skills and prepares you for a larger range of responsibility. This graduate degree specialization consists of three (3), three (3) credit courses.
This course will introduce students to the methods for investigating internet crime. Students will learn how to gather evidence, build a case against the perpetrator, and manage an Internet crime scene.
CRJ 626 Computer Forensics
This course will introduce students to the methods for preventing and detecting cybercrime. Students will learn the basics of retrieving and analyzing data from various mediums, such as computers, global positioning systems, or removable storage devices.
CRJ 631 Security & Protection for Cybercrime
This course will instruct students of the basic rights of business and individuals who are affected by cybercrime as well as the means to protect them. Students will learn how to protect potential victims whether minors in chat rooms or multinational businesses from cyber criminals.