|Program Coordinator: Dr. Pam Staton
The Graduate Certificate in Digital Forensics requires 14 hours of course credit. The Certificate is intended for students who have no experience in the field of digital forensics. The course sequence includes instruction ranging from basic fundamentals to advanced topics.
- Provides students comprehensive knowledge in identifying, collecting, preserving, and examining various types of digital evidence.
Introduces students to forensic analysis.
Certificate Application Essentials
How to apply:
- Prospective certificate-only students should apply for admission to Marshall University as a Certificate/Professional Development student and select the Digital Forensics Certificate on the application form.
- Applicants should follow the admissions process described in the Graduate Catalog, or at the Graduate Admissions website.
Deadline for Application:
Students will be admitted on a competitive basis for fall semester admissions only. Review of applicants will begin March 1 of each year but applicants may be admitted any time prior to the fall enrollment deadline. As this is a limited enrollment program, students will be admitted on a space available basis.