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If you have an interest in both criminal justice and computer science, you might consider Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Cybercrime Investigation program. Read on to learn more.
Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Cybercrime Investigation program is designed to combine criminal justice instruction with studies in the relatively new phenomenon of cybercrime. There is an emphasis on foundational studies of electronic criminal investigation, including fraud, digital terrorism, identity theft, and other common crimes. You could learn about the organizational structure of the criminal justice system, identify the legal and ethical issues in digital crime, learn about the role of cybercrime investigation, and analyze the relationship between cybercrime and traditional criminal law.
Those looking to apply to Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Cybercrime Investigation program could have aptitudes in communications, mathematics, or computer science. Applicants to all of Colorado Technical University's programs must have a high school diploma or equivalent; some programs have additional requirements.
This program consists of 180 credits. This includes classes such as American psychology, abnormal psychology, database applications, and server operation systems.
Business Administration Course Requirements
|Course Code||Course Name|
|ACCT199||Special Topics in Accounting 1-|
|CJUS141||Introduction to Criminal Justice|
|CJUS440||The Laws of Evidence|
|CJUS475 or CJUS480||Internship or Criminal Justice Capstone|
|CS104||Problem Solving Concepts With C++|
|CS146||Introduction to UNIX|
|CSS150||Introduction to Computer Security|
|CSS200||Principles of Network Security|
|CSS350||Computer Forensics I|
|CSS351||Computer Forensics II|
|HRMT210||Introduction to Human Resource Management|
|IT145||Client/Server Operating Systems|
|IT200||Introduction to Networking|
|IT235||Database Applications With Access|
|IT340||Client/Server System and Network Administration|
|IT400||Information Technology Architectures|
|LITR220||Values in World Literature|
|PSYC436||Introduction to Criminal Profiling|
|SOCL101||Introduction to Sociology|
Graduates of Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Cybercrime Investigation program could work as cybercrime specialists in a variety of organizations, including government agencies and private businesses. You responsibilities might include participating in investigations or establishing security measures.
Graduates of Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Cybercrime Investigation program could also pursue further education at the master's level. A master's degree often qualifies its holder for a leadership position. Master's degree options include:
CTU does not guarantee employment or salary. University grants or scholarships are based on established criteria as published in the University's catalog and are awarded after verification that the conditions of eligibility have been met.