Computer Forensics 2
Credits: 4
Department: CIT Computer and Information Technology
Subject: Computer and Information Technology
This course provides students the opportunities to apply the fundamentals of the computer forensics to the processing and analysis of real or hypothetical cases. Students will have substantial hands-on experience in problem-solving and in using computer forensic knowledge and tools to identify, recover, collect, process, analyze, document and present digital evidence in sample cases of computer crimes or incidents. The hands-on experience includes work on file and data recovery, password cracking and examination and analysis of email and network intrusions.

Corequisites: CIT-281

Note: the prerequisite of a state criminal history check has been removed for CIT-180 and CIT 281