Minor in Computer Crime

About the Minor

The minor in computer crime grounds students in the fundamentals of crime, security and technology by focusing on the behavioral, legal, and societal factors associated with technology and deviance as they relate to both the private and public sectors. The curriculum exposes students to both the concepts and tools necessary to understand and ultimately address computer crime, such as financial fraud, identity theft and other digital crimes that cross national and international boundaries.

All prospective students should meet with an advisor from the College as soon as possible.

Required Courses
CJS 101Introduction to Criminal Justice3.0
CJS 200Criminology3.0
CJS 274Sex, Violence, & Crime on the Internet3.0
CJS 276Introduction to Computer Crime3.0
CJS 365Computer Investigations and the Law3.0
CJS 377Intellectual Property Theft in the Digital Age3.0
Additional Elective Courses
Select two of the following:6.0
Crime Prevention Planning
Introduction to Security Studies
Surveillance, Technology, and the Law
Crime Mapping I Using Geographic Information Systems
Crime Mapping II Using Geographic Information Systems
Total Credits24.0
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