Computer and cybercrime schools in New Jersey offer students training in cybercrime prevention that leads to associate’s and bachelor’s degrees. Students who pursue this area of study should expect to learn very analytical information in a hands-on manner. Courses in digital media, cyber-security, ethics, criminal justice, criminal evidence, and cyber-ethics are typical major core courses that are a part of most programs. Some programs offer student internship programs that allow students to work inside law enforcement agencies under supervision putting their skills to use. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, cybercrime occupations are expected to grow. The majority of careers are in government at the local, state and federal levels. An increase in international cybercrime has increased job openings worldwide. Experts expect there to be strong demand for graduates for the next decade.
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