Digital forensics includes the identification, recovery, investigation, validation, and presentation of faces regarding digital evidence found on computers, networks, or digital storage media devices. A minor in digital forensics is designed for students who are interested in the detection, analysis, and attribution of the use of digital technologies in a variety of criminal activities.
Minimum Grade Requirement: A minimum grade of C is required in any course in the Digital Forensics minor.
Residency Requirement: Students must complete at least 12 credits of the minor requirement at Marymount.
- IT 129 Python Scripting
- IT 205 Digital Technologies
- CJ 320 Cybercrime and Digital Terrorism
- IT 120 Cybersecurity Principles OR IT 335 Corporate Cybersecurity
- IT 305 Computer Networking OR IT 315 Operating Systems and Virtualization
- IT 321 Cloud Computing
- IT 370 Digital Forensics
IT majors must take IT 315 and IT 335 to earn the minor.