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Cyber Crime Certificate - Online

Graduate Certificate in Cyber Crime

Format: Online

A graduate certificate in Cyber Crime is an interdisciplinary study of computer forensics and internet-related investigations. By learning about the tools, technologies and methods in cyber crime, you will become highly qualified and prepared to meet the demands of combating cyber crime, which is becoming an increasingly in-demand field. We will foster professional development for employment in various agencies, organizations and companies.

Industry Highlights

The median salary for computer security specialists in 2014 was $64,349.

- PayScale.com

Career Opportunities

  • Financial Institutions
  • Internet Providers
  • Software Developers
  • Government Agencies

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of the online format for this certificate program, which is the only one if its kind in the region. 

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