Computer and cybercrime schools in South Carolina offer students with associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs in computer security and cybercrime prevention. Some degrees are standalone, while others are areas of concentration within a criminal justice degree or information technology degree. Associate’s degrees take approximately two years to complete, while bachelor’s take on average four years. Students should expect to spend several hours per week in the computer lab analyzing data, and learning about the criminal justice system. Courses may include digital media analysis, computer network security, and computer forensics. Students should look for programs that offer internships opportunities working at law enforcement agencies.
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- Cyber and Network Security - Bachelor's
- Network Security - Associate's