2018-2019 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Nov 29, 2021  
2018-2019 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Forensic Computing, M.S.


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Joseph E. Pascarella, Ph.D., Director, Brooklyn Campus
Victoria Hong, MBA, Director, Long Isnad Campus

The MS in Forensic Computing is an interdisciplinary degree integrating curriculum from three core areas; Criminal Justice, Math/CIT/Computer Science and Accounting.  The MS in Forensic Computing will focus on providing an advanced degree that combines a background in network security, cyber security, forensic accounting and the criminal justice process.  The degree is intended for practitioners in Information Technology, Criminal Justice, and Accounting and for students that want to embark on a career in these fields or for persons that want to consider a career change.  These three components represent the evolving and melding of skill sets in crime, investigation, and information technology and accounting.

The MS in Forensic Computing will require either a background in 15 credits in specific Math/CIT/Computer Science or similar courses at Saint Joseph’s College. The M.S. in Forensic Computing is a 33 credit degree graduate program, including a Practicum/Internship.

 

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