Computer Information Science in Digital Forensics, Minor
The Minor in Computer Information Science in Digital Forensics will give a student valuable computer skills including those used in digital forensics investigations.
The Digital Forensics minor consists of 15 hours of Computer Information Science coursework, including at least six upper division hours. The courses must include:
|CM 111||Introduction to Structured Programming||4|
|CM 245||Contemporary Programming Methods||3|
|CM 203||Digital Forensics I||3|
|CM 303||Digital Forensics II||3|
CM 101 Computer Concepts and Applications will not count toward the minor. Other courses may be selected to match the particular interest of the student.