New: Advanced Certificate
Cyber crime detection, investigations and network security skills are increasingly in demand by firms and government agencies that are engaged in the collection and evaluation of evidence.
To earn this certificate, students take a combination of courses from the Administration of Justice and Computer Information Systems programs at De Anza.
Students will acquire skills to protect data and intellectual property, develop protective solutions, investigate network intrusion and detect violations by criminal, destructive and terrorist perpetrators.
This certificate program will meet the needs of students who are seeking employment within the criminal justice system outside of traditional law enforcement careers. In addition, this program will provide professional law enforcement and private investigative personnel with specialized skills to help advance in their careers.
Courses required for this certificate include
- ADMJ 1: Introduction to Administration of Justice
- ADMJ 3: Concepts of Criminal Law
- ADMJ 90A: Legal Aspects of Evidence
- CIS 56: Network Security
- CIS 104: Digital Forensics and Hacking Investigation
- CIS 108: Personal Computer Security Basics
- ADMJ 61: Criminal Investigation
or CIS 102: Ethical Hacking
For more information on this program, visit our Degrees and Certificates webpage.