Cybersecurity & Forensics
The Bachelor of Digital Science with a major in Cybersecurity and Forensics is learning the knowledge and skills to deal with the secure and safe use of IT. The curriculum covers advanced computer courses with foundations of mathematics and computer security in the first two years of their study. In addition, the curriculum covers an insight knowledge about latest trends, techniques and methodologies in forensic, cybercrimes and digital fraud investigation. In this major, students are developing skills and learning techniques to counter cyber-attacks to protect organizations data and privacy. The program links theory with practice by including a two-semester internship in the industry to allow real-life working experience. Students take a research project to work on state-of-the-art technology or application in the final year. The student is required to pass all the modules of Degree Core and Major Core and 36 Modular Credits (MCs) from Major Option modules.
Recommended Cybersecurity and Forensics Semester Plan
*36 MCs required from major options
A student may select the major core of another Digital Science major programme as major option to fulfil the requirements.