Program Overview

(No longer enrolling new students)

  • Dean: Robert Marino, Ph.D.
  • Program Director: Bill Crane
  • Structure: Online graduate degree program designed for full-time working professionals
  • Format: Online instructor-led scheduling; no set class meeting time—24/7 access to instruction and assignment; highly collaborative through asynchronous discussion, chat and email
  • Annual Cycle: Five terms per year; courses start in August, October, January, March, and May
  • Course Duration: 8-week online terms
  • Required Credit Hours: 36 credit hours (note: Students who lack a relevant work history/academic background may be required to complete additional Digital Forensic coursework to ensure their success in the MSDFM program.)
  • Degree Completion Time Frames:
    • Minimum: 18 months (two courses in each successive 8-week term for 36 credit-hour core program)
    • Maximum: 6 years (variable, customizable program track)
  • Residency Requirement: One three-day, on-site Graduate Digital Forensic Management Residency Experience
  • Residency Location: Burlington, Vermont
  • Graduate Commencement Ceremony: Annually in May, Champlain College, Burlington, VT
  • Application Process: Rolling admission, applications accepted year-round; begin in any of the three start terms; August, January or May
  • Accreditation: New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
  • Admissions: For information or application call toll-free: (866) 282-7259 or apply online
  • Online Information Sessions: Hear directly from the program director and an admissions representative as they explain what makes Champlain’s approach so effective
  • Admission: For information or application call toll-free: (866) 282-7259 or visit our MS in Digital Forensic Management Admission page.

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