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Upon completion of the online Master's in Digital Forensic Science, a graduate will be able to:
- Implement the principles of crime scene investigation
- Evaluate the role of evidence management in forensic examinations
- Identify the core concepts of other forensic disciplines, including:
- Forensic biology
- Pattern evidence
- Explain the legal issues affecting the practice of digital forensics
- Develop software tools for the automation of data processing, manipulation and analysis
- Develop methodologies for the preservation and analysis of digital devices
- Conduct forensic analysis of digital devices and data including:
- PC and Server Operating systems;
- Portable devices;
- Network traffic;
- Network devices;
- Application software;
- Server software;
- Specialized embedded systems;
- Malicious software.
- Evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of digital forensic methods, software and hardware
- Effectively communicate the complex scientific topics to both expert and lay audiences
- Conduct independent research in the field of Digital Forensic Science
- Outline the challenges and methods for addressing the challenges of leadership of digital forensic professionals.