Online Graduate Certificate in Cybercrime
Enhance or launch your career in criminal justice, law enforcement, digital forensics, or cybersecurity in as little as two semesters with our fully online program.
Gain knowledge of a wide variety of cybercrime, their causes, cybercrime legislation, and the criminal justice system’s response. Develop the skills necessary to investigate cybercrimes that affect our national security and public safety. This completely online program will help prepare you for high-demand careers.
Potential Jobs in Law Enforcement
- FBI agent/CIA agent
- Computer Forensics Investigator
- Forensic Science Technician
- Crime Lab Analyst
- Police Officer
Georgia Southern alumni have been employed at all levels of state and local law enforcement.
Learn digital forensics by working closely with award-winning faculty and criminal justice professionals.
Credit Hours: 18
Our post-baccalaureate cybercrime certificate is the only one of its kind offered in the region, with coursework including digital forensics, laws governing the internet and cyber ethics. It supplements a baccalaureate degree in a relevant field from an accredited four-year institution.
Students may optionally choose to take applied digital forensics courses offered in person at our Armstrong campus in Savannah.
All courses in the cybercrime certificate program may be applied to the online cybercrime concentration of the Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology.
Do You Have Questions? Contact Us!
Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology
General Cybercrime and/or Course-Specific Questions
Dr. Adam Bossler
Home Campus: Armstrong
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Last updated: 4/15/2021