The Executive Master of Science in Digital Forensics program at University of the Cumberlands prepares candidates for the advanced practice role of recovering and investigating data lost to computer crime, fraud, abuse, or other illegal activities. In addition to nurturing the skills necessary for digital forensics, the program offers a curriculum based upon need within the industry.
The graduate degree in cyber security for international students with an F1 Visa is comprised of the following 31 required credit hours.
Digital Forensics Core Courses – 28 Credit Hours Required
- MSDF 530 – Investigation and Triage
- MSDF 531 – Windows Digital Forensics
- MSDF 532 – Windows Registry Forensics
- MSDF 533 – Digital Forensics Tools and Techniques
- MSDF 630 – Digital Forensics Evidence
- MSDF 631 – Malware Analysis and Mitigation
- MSDF 632 – INFOSEC Leadership and Communications
- MSDF 633 – Laws, Regulations, Investigations, and Compliance
- MSDF 634 – Web Browser Forensics
- MSDF 699 – Digital Forensics Capstone (1hr)
- INTR 599 – Applied Practical Learning approved substitution