Digital Forensics is the scientific and technical examination and analysis of data acquired from computers, storage devices, cell phones, or any electronic device for use in a court of law. Digital forensics analysts recover data, i.e., images, documents, web surfing history, emails or other electronic correspondence even though it may be deleted or erased. The Digital Forensics program covers a wide range of knowledge, including, digital evidence, legal issues, crime scenes, examination and analysis of digital evidence with a primary emphasis on digital forensics and investigations in law enforcement environments.
With a certificate in criminal justice from TROY graduates can enter or advance their careers in law enforcement, private security, homeland security, corrections or criminal justice agencies.
At just 26 years old, TROY alumna Kameisha Logan is following her passion and opening a law firm in her hometown of Selma, Alabama. The Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Program brings visiting scholars from abroad to…Read More