CNF is the discovery, recovery, and preservation of digital evidence. Students taking this curriculum are introduced to forensic science, networking, computer science, computer hardware, operating systems, and criminal and civil law. The CNF program prepares graduates for entry-level positions in the law enforcement agencies; governmental agencies; private security firms; human resource departments, information system departments, and computer forensic departments in private sector corporations.
Complete General Education and other requirements listed for Associate degree and
Major requirements: 33 semester units
A grade of "C" or higher is required for each course applied to the major.
|CIS 121||Unix/Linux||3.0 units|
|CIS 151||Networks and Digital Communications||3.0 units|
|CIS 479||Network Security Fundamentals||3.0 units|
|CIS 489||Computer Forensics||3.0 units|
|CIS 490||Computer Forensics: Network Analysis and Defense||3.0 units|
|CIS 491||Computer Forensics: Search and Seizure||3.0 units|
|ADMJ 102||Principles and Procedures of the Justice System||3.0 units|
|ADMJ 104||Introduction to Criminal Law||3.0 units|
|ADMJ 106||Legal Aspects of Evidence||3.0 units|
|ADMJ 120||Criminal Investigation||3.0 units|
|ELEC 215||Introduction to PC Hardware||3.0 units|