The minor in cybercrime is designed to expose students to the specific area of crime that occurs involving computers, internet, and related technologies. Students will explore the broad concepts and theories of white-collar crime and as well as the more specific crimes that are likely to occur on computers and devices; including but not limited to identity theft, cyberstalking, trafficking, and extremism. In addition, students will explore the legal frameworks that are specific to these types of crimes and identify specific techniques and tools used for investigating cybercrimes.
CJ 2190 Transnational Crime & Corruption
CJ 2450 White Collar Crime
CJ 2510 Introduction to Cybercrime
CJ 2530 Cyberlaw
CJ 2620 Digital Forensics & Investigations