MSU's online cybercrime master's degree program is ideal for those without computer science/IT backgrounds who would like to launch or advance a career investigating or responding to cybercrime in law enforcement, government and private industry. The cybercriminology master's program can elevate your salary potential, lead to opportunities for advancement or help you switch careers.
Combat cybercrime losses: the American public lost over $4.1 billion as a result of cybercrime in 2020, according to the FBI.1
Benefit from MSU’s partnerships with the Department of Homeland Security, the Michigan Intelligence Operations Center, the MSU Police and more.
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After graduating with your online master's in cybercrime and digital investigation, you'll be prepared to assess cyber threats, understand their impact on various targets, investigate the limits of current legal and cybersecurity policy and practice and clearly communicate these concerns to diverse audiences.