Computer and cybercrime schools in Texas prepare students for a career as a computer forensic scientist or analyst. This particular major is usually offered at the two-year associate’s and four-year bachelor’s degree level. Students should be prepared to spend long hours in a computer lab working on their course material. Major courses include digital media analysis, criminal evidence and investigation, network security, criminal law and procedures, ethics, and white collar crime. Students also complete an internship which gives them valuable experience working with computer forensic scientists in a real world setting. Computer and cybercrime training also requires a high level of mathematics such as calculus, differential equations and statistics.
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