Master's Degrees

M.S. in Cybercrime

The Master of Science in Cybercrime is a fully online major designed to provide an in-depth understanding of criminological theory, research, and practice as they relate to criminal activity involving the internet, computer systems, and digital technologies. The program offers two concentrations: the Cyber Criminology Concentration covers current criminology theory and research as they relate to the social and behavioral aspects of cybercrime and examines the types and extent of crimes involving digital technologies. The Digital Forensic Investigations Concentration teaches investigative methodologies, tools of inquiry, and evidence collection and analysis.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The M.S. in Cybercrime is an online program consisting of 30 credits, including a one-credit captsone course.

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ADMISSION INFORMATION

 

APPLICATION DEADLINES:

  • Fall Semester: June 1
  • Spring Semester: October 15

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QUESTIONS?

Contact Program Director Dr. LeGrande Gardner