Computer and cybercrime schools in Colorado prepare students for careers in cybercrime prevention and analysis. Students interested in this area of study should be prepared to learn highly technical information in a hands-on learning environment. Cybercrimes have risen dramatically over the last decade and are now affecting millions of organizations and individuals. Programs usually offer two-year associate’s and four-year bachelor’s degrees upon completion. Students are required to complete general education requirements at the bachelor’s degree level. General education requirements include classes in humanities, social sciences, science, math, writing and communication. Major courses include multimedia data analysis, cyber security, network security, computer forensics, and criminal justice.
- Computer Science - Networking and Information Systems Security (BS)