Computer Forensics

computer forensics degree

The field of computer forensics requires the knowledge and skills to employ the technological tools and techniques necessary to properly preserve, extract and analyze digital evidence as well as to ensure the admissibility of evidence into court. At the International Academy of Design & Technology, students can learn the skills and techniques involved in identifying, preserving, recovering and analyzing digital evidence from computer, digital or electronic systems.

Students in IADT's computer forensics program have the opportunity to study with faculty members, many with relevant experience in the field, so they can learn from their instructors’ firsthand perspectives on general forensic procedures.

IADT offers a bachelor's degree in computer forensics. You can learn more about the details of this program by clicking on the campus listed below, which is currently accepting applications for the next available start date.

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This area of study is available at the following campuses: Click the links below for a more detailed program description at your campus of choice:
Chicago, IL
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Bachelor of Science in Computer Forensics (BS)

International Academy of Design & Technology is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award associate's degrees and bachelor's degrees. For more information on IADT's accreditation, visit the ACICS website at: http://acics.org.