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Cybercrime, Investigation and Enforcement, B.S.


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Professors: Vivian Aseye Djokotoe, Misty Weitzel
Associate professors: Miyuki Arimoto
Assistant professor: Omar Melchor Ayala, Mari Sakiyama, Taryn VanderPyl

Coordinator:  Omar Melchor Ayala

Mission

Provide students with essential conceptual knowledge and skills to prevent, investigate, and enforce cybercrimes and cyberthreats. This program combines elements of law enforcement, computer investigative, legal, and security skills, forensics, and other related fields in the study of crime prevention and response to various crimes occurring in the cyber world. Graduates of the program will be well prepared for traditional and emerging positions related to prevention, investigation, and enforcement of crime generally, and cyber-related crimes more specifically.

Program Learning Outcomes

In this program, students will be able to:

  1. Gain conceptual knowledge and technological skills necessary in the detection, investigation, and enforcement of cybercrimes
  2. Understand the multitude of issues, theories, ethics, policies, practices, and current challenges related to the control of cybercrime
  3. Develop an understanding of how traditional criminal justice theories, practices, and policies, and cybersecurity tools, techniques and technologies apply to the control of cybercrime

Core Courses


Total Credits: 72


Satisfactory Grade Use


Program requirements are not fulfilled with a grade of S.
Do not select Satisfactory/No Credit grading for any courses that will be used in the program.

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