Computer and Cybercrime in North Carolina

How much has the need for computer security experts and computer forensic specialists grown?  The number of computer crimes reported to the Internet Crime Complaint Center has increased 20-fold since 2000. At computer and cybercrime schools in North Carolina, you’ll be given the educational structure needed to understand, investigate, and prevent these crimes. Graduates from a bachelor’s degree program can work in a number of IT and cybercrime jobs, including computer forensics examiners, incident response engineers, and information technology security specialists.

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  • Cyber and Network Security - Bachelor's
  • Network Security - Associate's

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