The University of the Virgin Islands offers a four-year degree program in computer science with a concentration in Cyber Security and Digital Forensics.
This concentration offers students the ability to learn relevant issues, technologies, and principles related to the field of cybersecurity and digital forensics. The concentration will prepare students to enter the high demand field of cybersecurity and digital forensics.The requirements to complete the Concentration in Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics include all of the requirements for the B.S. Computer Science major. In addition to the requirements for the B.S. Computer Science major, students must complete the following 15 credits with an average grade of C or higher in each of the following courses:
- Introduction to Cybersecurity (3 cr)
- Introduction to Digital Forensics (3 cr)
- Computer Forensics (3 cr)
- Network Forensics (3 cr)
- Selected Topics in Cyber Security and Digital Forensics (3 cr)
The Department of Computer and Computational Sciences is headed by Dr. Marc Boumedine
Dr. Marc Boumedine
Associate Professor and Chair , College of Science and Mathematics, Department of Computer and Computational Sciences
University of the Virgin Islands
North Carolina A & T State University has a four-year degree program in computer science with core classes focused on cyber security. Their mission is to provide graduates with a clear understanding of computational technologies to lead the way towards scientific advancements. North Carolina A & T State University course catalog will provide you with more information on their cyber security courses.
The Department of Computational Science and Engineering at North Carolina A & T State University is over seen by Dr. Marwan Bikdash.
Dr. Marwan Bikdash
Professor, Department of Computational Science and Engineering
Chair, Department of Computational Science and Engineering
North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
The CTEC Computer and Network Security track will provide a strong foundation in computer security principles and practical hands- on experiences. Students who successfully complete the program have the tools to become Information Assurance and Cyber Security professionals.
The Department of Computer Science at Bowie State University is over see by Dr. Seonho Choi.
Dr. Seonho Choi
Professor, Computer Science Department
Chair, Department of Computer Science
Bowie State University
14000 Jericho Park Road
Bowie, MD 20715
Tel: (301) 860-3967