Do you want to help companies protect their precious information assets? Or, assist law enforcement agencies in the fight against cyber terrorism and crimes?
Gainful Employment Disclosure
Gainful employment programs are those "that prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation." Public institutions are required to report this information for all undergraduate and graduate programs that are Title IV eligible and that lead to certificates, diplomas, graduate certificates or specialist awards. Degree programs at all levels are not considered to be gainful employment programs.
Declare Your Program
Courses required for your specific program are listed in the right column on this page. They include prerequisite, foundation, core and elective courses. Contact your advisor with questions concerning your degree plan.
To be eligible for acceptance to the Computer Forensics Certificate program, students must submit a College of Sciences Undergraduate Program Declaration Form when the following is completed:
- Bachelor's degree in any discipline from a regionally accredited college/university with a GPA of 2.5 or better or with the ICS department consent
The computer forensics certificate is a 22-24 credit program that is designed for students who have already earned a bachelor's degree and would like to re-shape their skills and knowledge in the field of computer forensics. Students without a bachelor's degree are not eligible for pursuing this certificate.
Students are allowed to have up to 8 credits overlapped with their current or previously completed majors or minors. If students have more than 8 credits overlapped, they are required to take additional coordinator-approved courses to cover the difference.