Illinois Tech’s School of Applied Technology offers master’s and graduate certificate programs and courses in Cyber Forensics and Security. Our programs are available part-time and full-time via day and evening courses, and some courses and programs are available online.
Master’s/Graduate degree in Cyber Forensics and Security
Graduate certificate in Cyber Security Management
Graduate certificate in Cyber Security Technologies
Bachelor’s/undergraduate degree in Information Technology and Management
Master’s/Graduate degree in Information Technology and Management
Graduate certificates in Information Technology and Management
Undergraduate Forensics and Security Courses
ITMS 428 - Database Security
ITMS 443 - Vulnerability Analysis and Control
ITMS 448 - Cyber Security Technologies
ITMS 458 - Operating System Security
ITMS 478 - Cyber Security Management
ITMS 479 - Topics in Information Security
Graduate Forensics and Security Courses
ITMS 518 - Coding Security
ITMS 528 - Database Security
ITMS 538 - Cyber Forensics
ITMS 539 - Steganography
ITMS 543 - Vulnerability Analysis and Control
ITMS 548 - Cyber Security Technologies
ITMS 549 - Cyber Security Technologies: Projects & Advanced Methods
ITMS 555 - Mobile Device Forensics
ITMS 558 - Operating Systems Security
ITMS 577 - Case Studies in Management of Information Technology
ITMS 578 - Cyber Security Management
ITMS 579 - Topics in Information Security
ITMS 588 - Incident Response, Disaster Recovery, and Business Continuity
Forensics and Cyber Security Training
Illinois Tech offers forensics and cyber security training in a variety of topics..
The Cyber Forensics and Security Lab is available for security and forensics training, which can be arranged through Illinois Tech’s Center for Cyber Security and Forensics Education (C2SAFE) or organizations can rent the lab to provide their own training.
For additional information on training and using the lab, please contact Professor Bill Lidinsky at email@example.com or 630.682.6028.