MSc Forensic Computing and Cybercrime Investigation
Who is this degree for?
The MSc in Forensic Computing and Cybercrime Investigation programme is one of the largest MSc programmes in UCD, with 150+ current participants and a network of graduates numbering 485+ in 52 countries. It is an international part-time MSc level programme, open to agents of any organisation which has responsibility for the enforcement of national or local legislation.
For non Law Enforcement personnel UCD offers a Masters in Digital Investigation and Forensic Computing. It introduces the concepts, principles, and professional practice in digital investigation.
The purpose of the law enforcement course is 1) to produce graduates with skills that enhance their ability to investigate cyber-crime or cyber-enabled crime and 2) to train junior colleagues in forensic computing and cyber-crime investigation. It introduces the concepts, principles, and professional practice in forensic computing and cyber-crime investigation.
The programme has been running for 10 years and has attracted over 450 students from 52 countries. It is unique in that it is:
Further Information and Application Procedure
More information and details of the application procedure may be obtained from: http://www.ucd.ie/cci/education/prospective_students/fcci_programmes.html
Queries about the course can be addressed directly to Programme Director Dr. Nhien An Le Khac on +351 1 716 2929 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Administrative queries about the programme can be addressed toon +353 1 716 2947 or email firstname.lastname@example.org