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2022-2023 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Cybercrime Investigation and Enforcement Minor


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Professor: Vivian Djokotoe, Misty Weitzel
Associate professors: Miyuki Arimoto 
Assistant professors: Omar Melchor-Ayala, Mari Sakiyama, Taryn VanderPyl

Mission

Provide students with an introduction to the field of cybercrime. Students with this minor will possess in-depth conceptual knowledge in the prevention, investigation, and enforcement of cybercrimes and cyber threats. Graduates of the program will be well prepared for traditional and emerging positions in cybercrime and criminal justice.

Provide students with an introduction in conceptual knowledge in the field of cybercrime. Students with this minor will possess in-depth knowledge in the prevention, investigation, and enforcement of cybercrimes. This knowledge will serve students well in traditional and emerging positions in the field.

Learning Outcomes

  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.

Total Credits: 28


Note


CJ 213 is a prerequisite for upper-division CJ courses. Take it early in the program.

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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