The Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice with a major in Cyber Crimes equips students with the knowledge, skills and abilities required to run an investigation, collection, analysis and interpretation of information, the process for presenting documentation, delinquency adjudication and processing after committing cyber crimes such as fraud, identity theft, cyber terrorism and other cyber felonies that are committed on a global level.
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|Tuition||Study level||REQUIREMENTS||EstimaTED COST**|
|Puerto Rico and Caribbean †||$175||120||$22,125|
PR and the Caribbean) †
* Eligible US military students enrolled in fully on-line education programs (undergraduate or graduate) are entitled to a discount in the cost per credit ($250 per credit) as disclosed in the current institutional catalog.
** Total estimated cost.
*** Costs vary per program.
This program is offered in the following languages:
Discover today’s demand for professionals in this area:
- Cyber Crime Detectives
- Investigators for local, state and federal agencies
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(Source: : Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor)
Competencies that can be developed through the program:
- Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, in Spanish and English as a second language, using creativity and sensitivity.
- Ability to critically analyze the problems facing the individual in society, taking into account cultural diversity and variety of social settings through tolerance and acceptance of others.
- Ability to apply mathematical reasoning and analysis of statistical data for the purposes of research, documenting and making assertive ethical decisions.
- Ability to integrate technology into the search and processing of information in a critical, ethical and systemaic manner, assessing their relevance both personally and professionally.
- Establish the relationship between criminal law, cyber and computer crimes and the concepts of evidence collection, analysis, retrieval and preservation for successful research.
- Explain and apply the concepts of databases and the extension of modern databases system, to identify their use in criminal activities and to take legal action against these crimes.
- Analyze cybercrime, data recovery that were destroyed or damaged, obtaining evidence, collecting information from computer systems, reconstruction of damaged systems, recovery of protected passwords, file encryption and hidden information, and identifying and recommending methods for the preservation and presentation of computer evidence.
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