Five years ago, about the same time that the iPod was taking flight, Metropolitan State University Prof. Jigang Liu was trying to find a better way to teach the school how to get information from digital devices. Metro State already offered programs in computer science and computer technology and security. But those degrees were based on programming. What about a degree that dealt with computer systems? Liu thought. At a California conference, he found his answer: computer forensics…
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