(for all majors)

Computer forensics involves the identification, preservation, extraction, interpretation and the documentation of digital evidence in criminal and civil investigations. It is an interdisciplinary minor developed and administered jointly by the Lee Gildart and Oswald Haase School of Computer Sciences and Engineering and the School of Criminal Justice, Political Science and International Studies. The minor, consisting of 15 credits, is designed to provide students with a blend of theory and practice in six interdisciplinary-specific courses – three from each school. This minor will provide students with a strong foundation in the knowledge, understanding and competencies sought by prospective employers in the area of computer forensics.

CRIM2218 Comp Tech Cyber Crime (J. Burke) (Fall/Spring)
INFO1101 Comp Concepts Technology (Fall)
CRIM3327 File System Forensic Inv (J Morgan) (Fall)
INFO4101 Data Communication computer networks (Fall)

Select one below

CRIM4010 Computer Forensic Software/Hardware (J. Morgan) (Spring)
INFO4410 Foundations of Cyber Security (Spring)

Course Descriptions