Liverpool John Moores University
The analyst may need to investigate and recover data from systems that have been damaged by criminals trying to evade prosecution. They are also responsible for writing technical reports explaining the collection of the evidence and providing testimony. This programme will equip you with a range of skills that can be used for the retrieval of computer-based information for criminal investigations. Computer crime is increasingly sophisticated, and there is growing demand for computing professionals with the expertise to investigate it effectively. During this degree, you will develop knowledge and experience of current forensic tools and methods, as well as as related professional, legal and ethical issues.
An Honours degree in Computing or a Computing-related subject, including subjects with a significant core of computing, or a professional qualification with equivalent standing. Non-UK applicants will be expected to have demonstrated competence in English language equivalent to a minimum of IELTS 6.0. Applicants who have studied and successfully achieved a UK degree within 24 months of the start of the MSc are exempt from this requirement.
Core modules: Project dissertation; research methods; information and social networks; computer forensics; network forensics. Option modules: Advanced software engineering concepts; advanced data structures and algorithms; software development with Java; computer security.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Liverpool John Moores University||Liverpool||L3 2AJ||North West|
0151 231 5090