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About this Program

The purpose of the certificate in Cyber Forensics is to prepare students to examine information security legal issues, digital forensics, and cybercrime.  Students learn cyber forensics investigation procedures while assessing federal and state laws that impact private and government organizational information security. They gain foundational knowledge about the skills and technology required to detect, investigate, and deter cybercrime.  Key topics include information security governance, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, identity theft, phishing, and hacking.


Total Credit Hours:

30

Estimated Time to Complete Program:

2 terms*

*based on 15 credit hours per term

Estimated Tuition Cost:

$3,024.90*

Eligible for Financial Aid:
Yes

Eligible for Veteran's Aid:
Yes

*based on current in-state tuition rate of $100.83 per credit hour


Program Overview & Requirements

Program Purpose:
The purpose of the certificate in Cyber Forensics is to prepare students to examine information security legal issues, digital forensics, and cybercrime.  Students learn cyber forensics investigation procedures while assessing federal and state laws that impact private and government organizational information security. They gain foundational knowledge about the skills and technology required to detect, investigate, and deter cybercrime.  Key topics include information security governance, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, identity theft, phishing, and hacking.

Program Length:
30 credit hours

Academic Division:
Business, Industry and Technology

Contact:
(850) 201-8352 or bit@tcc.fl.edu