Cyber Security and Computer Forensics Technology

Cyber security and digital forensics are the hot areas of computer networking, and you’ll be job-ready with computer and network security skills along with the ability to find digital evidence on multiple devices.

You’ll learn proper procedure and handing guidelines for digital evidence, using those skills to learn the use of software tools to image, validate and analyze different digital devices. Hands-on practical exercises will give you an edge in the job market in both the public and private sectors.

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101 Student Success Seminar
CFS136 Principles of Information Security
COM121 Effective Speaking
ITD122 Computer Applications for Professionals
NET120 PC Upgrading and Maintenance
NET121 Introduction to Computer Networking
ENG124 College Composition
CFS137 Computer Crime and Investigation
CFS140 Biometric Applications
NET220 UNIX/LINUX Operating Environment
CFS175 White Collar Crime
CFS129 Cryptography
SOC225 Cultural Diversity
BIO126 Science, Energy, & the Environment (lab)
MTH125 College Algebra
CFS257 File Systems Analysis
CFS275 Ethical Hacking
ACC235 Forensic Accounting
CFS256 Disaster Recovery & Incident Planning
CFS258 Cyber Forensics & Data Recovery
CFS287 Network Forensics


Students interested in going on to pursue a bachelor’s degree in this field should consult their academic advisor prior to initial enrollment in the program.

Associate of science in cyber security and computer forensics

  • Champlain College
  • Kent State University
  • computer networking
  • cyber security
  • network security
  • digital forensics
  • public and private sector job markets
  • entry-level security analyst
  • entry-level digital forensics analyst
  • entry-level digital forensics investigator
  • SSC High Technology Crime Investigation Association