The National Center for Forensic Science (NCFS), the School of Computer Science, and the Department of Chemistry jointly sponsor the interdisciplinary graduate certificate program in Computer Forensics. In addition, the Liberal Studies Program in the College of Arts and Sciences offers a Master of Arts degree in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Computer Forensics. This web-assisted certificate program provides a unique opportunity of graduate training to professionals and paraprofessionals who deal directly or indirectly with digital evidence, including law enforcement investigators, forensic laboratory analysts, lawyers and judges, and corporate computer security specialists.
International Student Requirements:
In order to enroll in graduate classes, students must have obtained a baccalaureate or higher degree, prior to the start of the term for which the student is admitted, from a regionally accredited institution or from a recognized foreign institution. International students are not eligible for nondegree/certificate status unless they hold an eligible visa. International applicants are encouraged to begin the application process early. Also, international applicants should ensure all supporting documents, including those required to issue an I-20, are received by the stated application deadline. Only official documentation is accepted and it is the student's responsibility to submit all documents by the application deadline.