Computer ForensicsAssociate in Applied Science (Computer Forensics Specialty)
Turn data into evidence
Investigate and analyze for legal proceedings
Earn how to collect and analyze digital evidence, preserving its integrity so it can stand up in court. To use your IT skills in the service of justice, you begin with a thorough grounding in computers, networks and cybersecurity. Layer in more criminal justice and law enforcement electives, learning crime scene note-taking and how to present your findings clearly.
You graduate ready to go to work, sifting digital traces for evidentiary value.
What can you do with an A.A.S. in Computer Information Technology?
The Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Computer Information Technology prepares you to start to work or continue your studies in law enforcement, programming, computer science or related fields.
Expand your skillset with stackable certificates
The 63-65 college credits you earn for your A.A.S. include courses that also form stand-alone certificates. Earn one or more certificates that stack into your A.A.S. and expand your career options.
Choose a certificate combination specific to your interests or how you want to develop your career. These certificates may be the most efficient to earn on the way to your A.A.S. with a specialty in Computer Forensics:
Stackable CredentialsEarn and learn as you go with stackable credentials.
WIOA ProgramEligible for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)-awarded vouchers.
100% OnlineCan be completed 100% online.
Financial Aid/Scholarships AvailableBased on need and/or achievement. Explore ways to pay for college.
Career DegreeEarn an associate degree in 2 years and gain in-demand technical and job-ready skills.
Program Length: 2 YearsFull-time students finish in 2 years.
A College & Career Navigator (CCN) is ready to answer your questions and assist with your application, academic program selection, class enrollment and connecting you with resources as needed, making your journey at CLC smoother.
Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their College and Career Navigator (CCN) to identify coursework that will meet degree requirements based on individual academic goals. View degree requirements in the college catalog.
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