Computer and cybercrime schools in Missouri prepare students for a career in computer security and criminal investigation. Computer crimes such as identity theft have increased tremendously over the last 15 years. Other problems such as online stalking, online sex predators, and cyber-bullying have made national headlines. This all leads to the need for more “virtual cops” that can survey the internet landscape for criminal activities. Computer and cybercrime schools in Missouri award two-year associate’s and four-year bachelor’s degrees. The curriculum features a mixture of criminal justice content and information technology. Courses include network security, computer crime laws and ethics, and data analysis.
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