All courses in this program are offered fully online so you can earn your degree alongside your other professional and personal responsibilities. You’ll benefit from courses taught by professors who have hands on expertise in the field, so you’ll be career-ready when you graduate.
The security and investigation curriculum helps bridge the gap between traditional technical training in cybersecurity and the desire to specialize in the field of cybercrime. Students will learn how to research, understand, and explore issues and provide critical analysis on cybercrime and cyber enforcement.
As the cybercrime field continues to grow, more graduates will be needed to enter the workforce. Cybercrime professionals work in a variety of settings.
Graduates may accept jobs in:
- Law Enforcement
- Private Industry
With a degree in Cybersecurity and Investigation, graduates might:
- Solve security problems
- Become information security analysts
- Perform digital forensics for a policy department
- Conduct counter terrorism or crime analysis for the FBI
- Enter a project management field to research and model software used to protect organizations against cybercrime or to model potential vulnerabilities in computer software that cyber criminals might attack.