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Program eligibility requirements
Students expressing interest in the Computer Forensics Bachelor of Applied Science when they apply for admission to the university will be assigned an academic advisor in the College of Sciences and will be given a pre-major status. Official admission to this major program and review of prior course credentials is done directly through the Computer Science and Cybersecurity (CSC) Department.
To be eligible for acceptance to the Computer Forensics major, students must submit a College of Sciences Undergraduate Program Declaration Form when the following is completed:
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 for CFS 262, CFS 264 and CFS 280 or transfer equivalents
- Successful completion of General Education Goal I Writing Requirement
- Complete each of the pre-major foundation courses with a grade of C- or better
Students who do not meet the requirements above or are on academic probation will not be accepted to the major. Students who are not accepted to the major will not be allowed to take advanced courses in the discipline. All prerequisite and required courses must be completed with grades of C- or above. Transfer coursework equivalency is determined by the Computer Science and Cybersecurity Department.