Computer and cybercrime schools in Indiana provide students with a wide array of degree options. Options include a one-year certificate, two-year associate’s, four-year bachelor’s and a master’s degrees. Cybercrimes have increased at exponential rates and are classified as serious white collar crimes. Students need excellent analytical skills, attention to detail, and have a high level of expertise with hardware and software. Degrees are often referred to a computer forensics. Typical major courses include digital media analysis, computer and network security, criminal evidence, ethics, and a review of the criminal justice system. Students at the two-year associate’s level often complete a computer forensics internship before graduating.
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- Master of Science in Cyber Security
- Cyber Security Professional Certificate
- Computer Network Security / Forensics - AAS
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