Digital Forensics plays a significant part in the investigation and analysis of criminal and corporate crime. Learn the skills and knowledge needed to work in Digital Forensic Units (DFUs) and Incident Response teams on this state-of -the-art course, gaining specialist skills and knowledge as you develop the practical and professional skills desired by employers in digital forensics, law enforcement and the wider corporate and cyber security sectors. On this practical and award winning Digital Forensics degree, you’ll learn how to acquire, analyse and interpretate data recovered from computers and digital devices under law and regulatory compliance. You’ll learn in state of the art, dedicated cyber labs, including our Security Operations Centre (SOC) and Crime House training facility, with cutting-edge resources – the tools, workstations and networks used by industry for secure investigation and analysis of evidence. The course is BCS accredited and has been designed in line with industry and law enforcement. The course will develop your skills in forensic investigation management and incident response for law enforcement and within organisations post-attack, as well as professional court report writing and court cross examination testimony in our Moot Court.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
English language requirements
IELTS 6.0 overall with no lower than 5.5 in any one component.
USW English Language Requirements
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