Cybercrime & Cybersecurity
Cybercrime & Cybersecurity Option Area
The Cybercrime and Cybersecurity option area is a great way to learn about contemporary challenges that face both the public and private sector, including criminal justice and other government agencies. Are you interested in learning about hacking, cyberwar, the application of the Amendments to the cyber world? You do not need to have any technical expertise in computer science or coding. Rather this option area will teach you about the important terminology, legal, policy, and criminal justice agency needs with growing cyber threats and provide a foundation of understanding that you can use in working towards a future career.
This option area requires the following 4 courses (12 credits) to be completed:
- CJ 2052 - Introduction to Cybercrime, Cyberterrorism, and Cyberwar for Criminal Justice Professionals
- CJ 2300 - Introduction to Cybersecurity for Criminal Justice Professionals
- CJ 3620 - Introduction to Cyber Policy Issues for Criminal Justice Professionals
- CJ 4340 - High Tech Crimes and Computer Forensics