Computer and cybercrime schools in Utah prepare students for law enforcement jobs that focus on reducing computer-based crimes. Graduates take positions at all levels of law enforcement and private cyber security. Degrees offered are typically two-year associate’s and four-year bachelor’s. Courses include cybercrime, network security, digital media analysis, criminal justice and computer forensics. Students spend several hours in the computer lab each week working on their assigned tasks. The best programs offer students internships that allow them to spend one term working within an agency fighting cybercrime. Job prospects are expected to be strong for graduates through at least 2018.
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- Computer Science - Networking and Information Systems Security (BS)