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The Digital Forensics Associate in Applied Sciences degree, a five-semester program, is designed to prepare students for various career opportunities in the computer forensics arena in government, the private sector and law enforcement agencies.
There are two specialization tracks:
Cyber Crime, emphasizing investigative techniques and methodology development used in digital forensic investigations
This is the investigative-side specialization of the degree plan, consisting primarily of Introduction to Digital Forensics (ITDF) courses and including:
Information Assurance, placing more emphasis on computer operating systems, network security and incident response to security threats. This specialization is aligned with four-year institution requirements; thus, students planning to continue their studies should follow this specialization.
This is the asset protection- and risk management-side specialization of the degree plan and consists primarily of Information Technology/Security (ITSY) courses.