Electronic Crime

​Electronic Crime courses feature an intense focus on digital forensics and other state-of-the-art techniques user to investigate cybercrime and cyberterrorism.

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DMACC Criminal Justice Electronic Crime AAS degree offers concentrated forensic coursework to prepare you to go out to work in two years.

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Enhance your four year degree with a Digital Forensic Certificate, which focuses on digital forensics and data recovery from electronic devices.

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Employment in this area includes:

  • Digital Forensic Examiner
  • Cyber Crime Specialist
  • Cyber Security Specialist.
  • Fraud Investigator
  • Intelligence Analyst
  • Insurance Investigator

​Employment in the criminal justice field is highly dependent upon one's character and background. Students who have a criminal history may complete the program of study, but it is NOT likely that they will find employment in the criminal justice field, and students with a criminal history may NOT be eligible for an internship, which is required for the AAS degree.