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The Digital Forensic specialization focuses on demonstrating the required skill set of a Computer Forensic Investigator. Through this specialization, you will learn the various aspects of digital forensics, including investigating network intrusions and mobile forensics. With this specialization, you would qualify as a Digital Forensic Investigator with the government at any level, as well as a private industry, both on or leading an incident response team.
The courses are presented in 12-week terms and consist of assigned readings, threaded discussions, case studies, written analysis, research projects, and examinations.
Students must be prepared to spend 10-12 hours of study a week to complete the work. ECCU encourages regular and frequent student-faculty interaction via
In order to qualify for admission to the MSCS or the Graduate Certificate program at EC-Council University, all enrolling students must be 18 years of age and have an earned Bachelor’s degree from an appropriately accredited institution with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or better.
Students whose undergraduate degrees are not in or related to the subject of information technology will be further evaluated based on work experience in the field and/or certifications achieved in information technology prior to an admission decision.
$405 - $540 per credit hour
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