Cyber Forensics Associate in Science (CYBFO-AS)
The Cyber Forensics Associate of Science program will assist the student in development of skills required to identify, obtain and move forward needed electronic evidence through the evidence chain of custody.
We strongly encourage you to contact the Business Department for assistance in planning your program of study.
Dr. Barbara Rodriguez, (850) 484-2504
Marc Ward, (850) 484-2575
Semester 1 (15 cc)
Semester 2 (15 cc)
Semester 3 (12 cc)
Semester 4 (15 cc)
Semester 5 (3 cc)
Total Credit Hours: 60