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Online Master in Digital Forensics Careers

What Can I Do With This Master's in Digital Forensics Degree?

Information Security Analyst1

With the skills in triaging criminal cyber-events and investigating malware you’ll gain in this computer forensics degree program, you’ll be able to pursue cybersecurity positions like Data Security Administrator or Information Security Analyst, a career field projected to grow 32 percent by 2028.

Protective Services2,3

Or set yourself up on the front lines fighting cybercriminals as a Criminal Intelligence Analyst or Loss Prevention Agent. In the next 10 years, the demand for private detectives or investigators is expected to grow 8 percent with a 5 percent growth rate for law enforcement officers and detectives.


With the right work experiences, licenses and certifications, graduates of the online master’s program in digital forensics from University of the Cumberlands should be able to pursue a career in the following areas:

  • Computer Security Specialist
  • Data Security Administrator
  • Information Technology Manager
  • Document Control
  • Investigator
  • Police Detective
  • Criminal Intelligence Specialist
  • Loss Prevention Detective
  • Private Investigator
  • Intelligence Analyst
  • Records Manager
  • Adjunct Instructor

$99,730  Median Annual Pay for Information Security Analysts1

1Information Security Analysts
2Private Detectives and Investigators
3Police and Detectives