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Forensic computing is a dynamic area of criminal investigation, with new tools, techniques and methods constantly available to both the investigator and the investigated. The Forensic Computing MScPgDipPgCert course reflects this forensic computing environment with their mixture of essential fundamentals, current knowledge and experience, and practical expertise. The courses are offered only as part-time courses. The majority of students will be sponsored by their employers and continue to work for them on completion of the MSc, perhaps at a more senior level. The courses are in the main designed for Law Enforcement officers, government staff, accountancy and banking organisations, corporate security personnel and members of associated agencies in both the UK and elsewhere. This programme is suitable for law enforcement officers, government staff, security consultants, accountancy and banking organisations, corporate security personnel and members of associated agencies in both the UK and elsewhere. Structure The PgCert usually comprises four modules in one year: Foundations (Part One) and Foundations (Part Two), followed by any two other modules. Depending on the other modules chosen, this may require students to study over a two year period due to timetabling restrictions. The PgDip, and the taught component of the MSc, comprise eight modules (four compulsory and four from seven elective modules) taught over two years. There are four taught modules per academic year, each with a supporting programme of directed private study and learning. For the MSc, the candidate must successfully complete a project in the third year. Modules Compulsory modules ? Forensic Computing Foundations (Parts One and Two) ? Legal Issues and Courtroom Skills ? Registration and Induction (two days). The Forensic Computing Foundations (Part One) module has two study schools. The Forensic Computing Foundations (Part Two) module has no study school. A residential study school normally extends over five days of attendance, from Monday to Friday. Elective modules ? Corporate Security ? E-Discovery ? Forensic Networks ? Forensic Internet ? Systems programming for Forensic Computing ? Advanced Forensic Computing ? Forensic Computing Using Linux. Entry requirements Normally a 1st or 2nd class honours degree or professional equivalent in an appropriate area. Alternatively, a lesser qualification together with appropriate work experience may be accepted. Students whose native language is not English must attain an IELTS score of 7. Due to the nature of this course, all candidates will be required to submit a completed Subject Access Form, and self-sponsored candidates will need to supply an additional character reference.

Forensic computing is a dynamic area of criminal investigation, with new tools, techniques and methods constantly available to both the investigator and the investigated. The Forensic Computing MScPgDipPgCert course reflects this forensic computing environment with their mixture of essential fundamentals, current knowledge and experience, and practical expertise. The courses are offered only as...

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Normally a 1st or 2nd class Honours degree or equivalent in science, engineering or mathematics. Alternatively, a lesser qualification together with appropriate work experience may be acceptable. The full-time course is ideally suited to recent graduatesttain anItemalue+oSn++???A????#?...

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