Master of Science in Cybercrime and Digital Investigation: Admissions

A master's degree in cyber criminology could launch or advance your career investigating or responding to cybercrime in law enforcement, government and private industry.

Please call 1-833-725-1354 (toll-free) to speak with a program manager if you have additional questions after reviewing the admissions requirements below.


Major Code 7804

Letters of Recommendation

Three letters required.

Letters from previous academic faculty are preferred, but we accept letters from supervisors, directors and/or colleagues if you’ve been out of school four or more years.

Non-faculty recommenders should be able to attest to/comment on your ability to perform graduate-level academic work.

Application Essay

A personal statement

Transcript or Other Grade Record

Official transcript from each regionally accredited institution attended is required.

Minimum GPA 3.0

TOEFL or IELTS (International Students Only)

TOEFL: Overall score no less than 80; subscores no lower than 19 for Reading, Listening, and Speaking sections, and no less than 22 for Writing section.


IELTS: Average score of 6.5

When to Apply

We accept applications throughout the year. Application deadlines are:
February 1 and March 30 - Summer
May 15 and July 15 - Fall
September 1 and October 30 - Spring

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