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What is an Associate Degree in Computer Forensics and Digital Security?

The Computer Forensics and Digital Security Associate Degree program provides a comprehensive foundation in the theory and application of both technical and non-technical security skills.

Computer Forensics Courses

Your computer forensics courses will prepare you for success in either a future career or when pursuing a four-year degree. In this program, you’ll take classes like:

  • Object-Oriented Programming with Python
  • CompTIA A+
  • CompTIA NET+
  • CompTIA Security+
  • Intrusion Detection and Prevention

Pathway to a Career in Networking and Cybersecurity

Advance your career at your own pace. Each step below transfers credits to the next. Appropriate job titles and average pay ranges are meant to help guide an individual interested in this field; they vary based on individual experience and employer.

Wage information taken from Lightcast Q2 2024 BETA Data Set – QCEW Employees. Wage range is 25%-75% hourly average in surrounding 10-county region.

Bachelor’s Transfer Schools

Pennsylvania offers statewide program-to-program articulation. This allows students who graduate with specific associate degrees to transfer as juniors into a bachelor’s degree program in a similar field of study at a participating four-year college. Learn more about transferring to a four-year school.

Your A.S. in Computer Forensics and Digital Security prepares you to transfer to the following four-year colleges or universities:

Program Coordinator

 Kristin  Gower

Kristin Gower

Assistant Professor – CIS
Schnecksville, PA


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