Just as computers have transformed our everyday shopping, banking, and business, they have also changed the way crimes are investigated. A bachelor’s degree in computer forensics from criminal investigation schools in California can be essential in understanding this still-evolving area. Of course, learning about computer systems plays a large part in this degree. Students also learn how to apply this knowledge to the criminal justice system; specifically, how to investigate cybercrime, how to gather evidence without damaging source materials, and how to protect and defend information systems against malicious attacks. Students also consider the legal and ethical aspects of investigating computer-based crimes.
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- Denver - Bachelor of Science - Criminal Justice: Forensic Investigation
- Bachelor of Science - Cyber Security:Computer Systems Security
- Colorado Springs - Doctor of Computer Science - Enterprise Information Systems
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