The UCF Board of Trustees on Thursday approved the creation of new master’s degree programs in Digital Forensics. The master’s degree in Digital Forensics will prepare students to work in government or private forensics labs or as industry experts in digital evidence. The program will begin in spring 2008 with about 15 students in its first year. UCF hopes eventually to enroll about 125 students in the program. The Digital Forensics program capitalizes on UCF’s strengths in computer science, engineering technology, criminal justice and forensics. Since 2001, Digital Forensics has been offered as a graduate certificate program…
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