Champlain’s Computer & Digital Forensics program is designed to provide you with all the skills you’ll need for a successful digital forensics career.

You’ll learn the processes of computer forensics, including topics within digital forensics and computer crimes.

By graduation, you’ll know the role digital evidence plays in criminal and civil investigations and incident response. The degree ensures that graduates will be able to:

  • conduct digital investigations that conform to accepted professional standards and are based on the investigative process: identification, preservation, examination, analysis, and reporting;
  • cite and adhere to the highest professional and ethical standards of conduct, including impartiality and the protection of personal privacy;
  • identify and document potential security breaches of computer data that suggest violations of legal, ethical, moral, policy, and/or societal standards;
  • apply a solid foundational grounding in computer networks, operating systems, file systems, hardware, and mobile devices to digital investigations and to the protection of computer network resources from unauthorized activity;
  • work collaboratively with clients, management, and/or law enforcement to advance digital investigations or protect the security of digital resources;
  • access and critically evaluate relevant technical and legal information and emerging industry trends; and
  • communicate effectively the results of a computer, network, and/or data forensic analysis verbally, in writing, and in presentations to both technical and lay audiences.

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