About this course
Champlain's online Master of Digital Forensic Science system trains students to be researchers who use computerized confirmation to explore an assortment of criminal acts and create techniques with which proof can be gathered for the courts. You won't locate a graduate-level advanced legal science program with more believability. Our projects were voted best in the nation by SC Magazine in 2013 and 2015, and Champlain College has been assigned as a National Center of Digital Forensics Academic Excellence by the Defense CyberCrime Center. That implies we offer the most propelled – and important - guideline and educational program accessible.
Bachelor's Degree Requirement
- Applicants to the master's in digital forensics program must hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution, preferably in digital forensics, computer science or similar discipline.
- Those without this specific degree, but who are currently working in the field of digital forensics or computer sciences are encouraged to apply, however some preparatory coursework may be required.
Work Experience Requirement
- We suggest that applicants have experience or current employment in a digital forensics/computer science role with opportunities for applying new concepts and skills acquired throughout the digital forensics program. Applicants with limited work experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis.