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The Digital Forensics programs will prepare students for careers in such areas as law enforcement, corrections, security and business careers that include any element of data recovery, such as fraud or theft. Coursework provides instruction on digital forensics and data recovery from electronic devices. Classes may include discussion and experimentation with contemporary topics relating to digital/computer forensics including evidence analysis specific to networked environments, investigation and analysis, slack space, swap files and portable data storage/ communication devices including mobile phones. Software and hardware tools are widely used through various case studies and exercises to reinforce discussion topics.
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Average pay range: $24-$37/hour
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