Course work in this curriculum will include a division of work in the disciplines of criminal justice and computer information systems. Graduates should qualify to become computer crime investigators for local or state criminal justice agencies. Also, these graduates should be competent to serve as computer security specialists or consultants with private business.
core courses (15 cr.)
|ENGL 1101||Composition and Rhetoric|
|XXXX xxxx||Social/Behavior Science course|
|MATH 1111||College Algebra|
|XXXX xxxx||Humanities/Fine Arts course|
|An additional 3 cr. must be taken from Area I, II, III or IV. Contact program advisor for program-specific courses.|
occupational courses (49 cr.)
|COMP 1000||Introduction to Computers|
|CRJU 1010||Introduction to Criminal Justice|
|CRJU 1168||Criminal Law|
|CRJU 1021||Introduction to Private Security|
|CRJU 1062||Methods of Criminal Investigations|
|CRJU 1072||Introduction to Forensic Science|
|CRJU 2150||Cyber Crime Investigation|
|CRJU 2050||Criminal Procedures|
|CRJU 2110||Homeland Security|
|CRJU 1075||Report Writing|
|CRJU 2090||Criminal Justice Internship|
|CIT 1130||Operating Systems Concepts|
|CIST 1601||Information Security Fundamentals|
|CIST 1602||Security Policy & Procedures|
|CIST 2612||Computer Forensics|
|CIST 2620||Computer Security/Corporate Fraud|
*All program information subject to change without notice.
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Program Admission InformationHigh school diploma or GED Required for admission. Minimum Required Age: 16.