A bachelor’s degree from one of the accredited computer and cybercrime schools in Illinois can help you learn what you need to start a career in protecting the integrity of computer systems. With threats to information security increasing, the need has arisen for trained professionals to combat these threats, prevent intrusions and attacks, and collect evidence of computer crimes. The curricula in these programs will vary somewhat, but several basic concepts will usually be included. These are database connectivity and management, project management for information technology workers, data modeling, network planning and implementation, digital forensic investigations, cybercrime detection, and network forensics.
- Master of Science in Information Technology : Information Security and Assurance
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology : Information Security and Assurance