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Associate of Applied Science in Computer Network Security/ Forensics

If you possess an enthusiastic interest in technology and a persistent sense of curiosity, you may one day find yourself investigating a crime as a graduate of Sullivan College of Technology & Design's (SCTD) Computer Network Security & Forensics program.

SCTD's Computer Network Security & Forensics program is designed to train entry- or mid-level computer forensics investigators. The Associate of Applied Science degree will help you understand network defense, computer construction and hard drive processes. As you work toward your bachelor's degree in Computer Network Security & Forensics you'll focus on:

  • Tactical digital offense techniques
  • Secure network analysis
  • Digital forensics
  • Penetration testing
  • Project management

The bachelor's degree in Computer Network Security & Forensics is a 2+2 program where you complete the work for an associate degree first, and then proceed on to the bachelor's degree program. Instructors with real-world experience teach our small classes, so you'll learn firsthand how to put your knowledge to use. In addition, our Career Services department is here to help you find a job in the industry once you graduate, a service that is available to you for life.

You'll receive hands-on computer forensics training on the latest equipment and software, as well as individual attention from successful professionals in the field, as you learn how to recover hidden or destroyed data needed to establish or prosecute criminal activity.

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