The Computer Forensics A.S. degree program at Onondaga Community College combines computer science, computer forensics, and criminal justice courses to provide students with the necessary background to transfer to a baccalaureate program in Computer Forensics or Information Security.
Program Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate an understanding of the underlying technology of the computer architecture.
Demonstrate knowledge of core content areas within the field.
Demonstrate critical thinking in the understanding, evaluation and application of technology solutions to a variety of real life situations.
Articulate legal, ethical, and professional standards as they apply to the use of secure systems and computer based data.