BS in Information Systems - Computer Forensics Management
Strayer University has created a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems with a concentration in Computer Forensics Management program. It is expressly intended for students who want to learn about computer system design and maintenance as well as information security.
Official Program Name:
Bachelor of Science in Information Systems with a concentration in Computer Forensics Management
School Offering Program:
Individuals who apply to this program should have the desire to prevent and solve computer crimes and possess strong technical, analytical, and communication skills along with the ability to work well with others and independently. They should have already earned a high school diploma or equivalent; however, graduate or specialized programs may have additional requirements.
This program is designed to help students gain the skills and knowledge to oversee the technical operations of both large and small businesses. Intended focal points include risk management procedures, security policies, and computer crime investigation. Students have the opportunity to learn to evaluate digital evidence and minimize risk to information technology infrastructures. Upon graduation, students should be able to identify and collect evidence of computer crimes.
Online and Campus-Based
180 quarter credits.
Students enrolled in Strayer University may be eligible for federal grants and loans, employer tuition assistance, military benefits, state grants, institutional scholarships, and private loans.
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Required Courses for a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems with a concentration in Computer Forensics Management:
Program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact Strayer University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program.
Area I - Core Component (27 credits)
- ACC 100: Accounting I
- BUS 100: Introduction to Business
- CIS 106: Introduction to Information Technology
- CIS 109: Introduction to Management Information Systems
- ENG 115: English Composition
- MAT 104: Algebra with Applications
Area II - Major Component (36 credits)
- CIS 111: Introduction to Relational Database Management Systems
- CIS 175: Introduction to Networking
- CIS 210: Systems Analysis & Development
- CIS 333: Network Security Fundamentals
- CIS 336: Enterprise Architecture
- CIS 348: Information Technology Project Management
- CIS 349: Information Technology Audit & Control
- CIS 499: Undergraduate Information Systems Capstone
Area II - Computer Forensics Management Concentration Component (18 credits)
- CIS 359: Disaster Recovery
- CIS 417: Computer Forensics
- CIS 462: Security Strategy & Policy
- SEC 405: Computer Crime Investigation
Area III - General Education Component (54 credits)
- ENG 215: Research & Writing
- ENG 315: Professional Communications OR ENG 316: Technical Writing (Required for IS)
- HIS 105: Contemporary U.S. History OR POL 110: U.S. Government
- HUM 111: World Cultures I
- HUM 112: World Cultures II
- MAT 300: Statistics
- PHI 210: Critical Thinking
- PSY 100: Psychology of Adjustment OR PSY 105: Introduction to Psychology
- REL 212: World Religions
- SCI 110: Introduction to Physical Science OR SCI 115: Introduction to Biology
- SOC 100: Introduction to Sociology
- ECO 405: Economic Problems & Issues OR POL 300: Contemporary International Problems OR SOC 300: Sociology of Developing Countries
Area IV - Elective Component (45 credits)
- Enrollees who attend New Jersey campuses are required to take five of the following General Studies elective courses: Foreign Language, English, Economics, Humanities, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Science, Religion, and Sociology.
Furthering Your Education:
Master's degree programs exist for students who would like the chance strengthen their skill sets or pursue higher levels of field-specific management opportunities. Topics of study in an advanced degree program could include information security, networking, programming, informatics, and project management.
Relevant graduate degree programs include:
- Master of Science in Computer Information Systems
- Master of Science in Management Information Systems
- Master of Science in Information Technology
With developed technical design and management skills, job opportunities could be sought with technology firms, IT consulting agencies, telecommunications companies, businesses, healthcare organizations, government agencies, or educational institutions.
Graduates could choose to pursue positions that include:
- Information Systems Manager
- Technical Services Manager
- Data Processing Manager
- MIS Director
- Computing Services Director
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