Cyber Forensics

The Cyber Forensics Bachelor’s Degree is housed School of Disaster Science and Emergency Services. Students attain knowledge of digital forensics, computer network forensics, ethical hacking, and develop applied skills through combining classroom experiences with virtual resources from the Musson ICS Testbed and The University of Akron Regional Programming Center Cyber Range.

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Courses are taught by experienced full-time faculty and highly qualified professionals in digital forensics technology and cyber investigations.

Real hands-on experience:

Student organizations:

Sample Curriculum

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Cyber Forensics

Contact: Stanley Smith

Career Opportunities

A degree in Cyber Forensics will qualify graduates to work in government, business, information technology, and other industries. Some positions include: 

  • Law enforcement professional
  • Computer forensic specialist
  • Digital forensics analyst
  • Cyber forensics analyst
  • Data security analyst
  • Systems security administrator
  • Network security administrator