Award: Associate of Applied Science degree, A.A.S. (code AAS.LEN.CYBR-CRME)
Total Credit Hours: 60 credit hours.
Purpose: Prepares students for careers in the area of criminal investigation and cybercrime or to meet requirements for promotion and additional career responsibility. Provides students with an educational opportunity to earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in cybercrime. Prepares students with a continuous and thorough accumulation of knowledge in cybercrime prevention, criminal investigation and evidentiary presentation.
Students who have career interests in an area of criminal justice should consult with one of the Homeland Security and Criminal Justice Institute faculty to assure specific career goals are met.
Range of Occupations
Employment in federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and in private firms needing employees to secure information and detect cyber-offenses. Occupations can be explored further through the virtual Careers Center.
Planning Tool: Two-Year Sequence of Courses
AACC faculty developed the following sequence of courses to encourage greater success in each student’s program of study. This sequence incorporates all of the student’s requirements for this degree and provides the student with essential notes to guide their success. It is recommended that students view and save this as they plan courses for this degree.
Students may satisfy the diversity requirement simultaneously as they satisfy the social and behavioral sciences (with SOC 111) or biological and physical sciences or health/fitness/wellness general education requirements.