Associate in Science
The mission of the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Computer Related Crime Investigations is to educate, train and develop students for entry-level positions in computer-related crime investigation or in similar careers in law enforcement or crime laboratories. The curriculum emphasizes the development of introductory knowledge of computer crimes, forensics, security consultation and auditing, and theories and ethics of computer criminal investigation, along with communication and critical thinking skills. The program has an applied focus on municipal, county, state, federal and corporate computer crime techniques using investigative concepts and tools.
The Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Computer Related Crime Investigations is designed to prepare its graduates with entry-level skills for employment as Computer Related Crime Investigators, Computer Forensics Specialists, Security Consultants, or Security Auditors in law enforcement, public safety, and private security fields. The program provides computer related crime investigation coursework, technical skill proficiency, competency-based applied learning, problem-solving skills, work attitudes, general employability skills, technical skills, occupation-specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects needed to prepare students for careers in law, public safety, and security careers.
This new program is anticipated to grow along with the community's needs to provide municipal, county, state, federal and corporate investigators with the latest techniques of modern computer crime investigation. See a program advisor for the most current information.
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