Digital Forensics

Graduate Certificate Program

This Graduate Certificate focuses on planning, analyzing, designing, configuring, testing, implementing, maintaining, and supporting an organization’s computer and network security infrastructure. It also covers hardening enterprise architecture from the most advanced attacks, secure programming practices to overcome these inherent drawbacks to preempt bugs from the code and designing and implementing cloud security.

PrerequisitesRequired CoursesProgram MappingsAdmission Requirements

Prerequisites

  • ECCU 505 Research and Writing for the IT Practitioner must be completed before ECCU 517 Cyber Law can be taken
  • ECCU 501 – Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures and ECCU 502 Investigating Network Intrusions and Computer Forensics must be completed before ECCU 521 Advanced Mobile Forensics and Security can be taken

Required Courses

Required courses also prepare students to sit for the corresponding EC-Council certifications

  • ECCU 502 Investigating Network Intrusions and Computer Forensics
  • ECCU 517 Cyber Law
  • ECCU 521 Advanced Mobile Forensics and Security

Program Mappings

The EC-Council University Graduate Certificate Program prepares students to challenge the following industry certification exam:

  • Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator CHFI

Admission Requirements

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