Forensic schools/courses

Forensics programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees (On campus, Online or On-site)
Total 134 training courses/programs at schools in New York, NY, USA

IIT School of Applied Technology

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: 708.563.1576, 312.567.5290, 630.682.6000

Mobile Device Forensics

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

This course will address methods for recovering digital data or evidence and conducting forensic analysis of mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets. Various devices will be compared including iPhone, Android, and Blackberry. A brief review of Linux and related forensic tools. ANAND technology and mobile file systems will be discussed. Students will learn how to unlock and root mobile devices and recover data from actual mobile devices.

Expected Outcomes:

•Produce a forensic report that includes the steps in the collection, handling, and preservation of digital evidence from mobile devices.
•Construct a forensic acquisition plan for mobile devices that will account for various scenarios and the limitations of cell phone technology.
•Validate data obtained from the forensic acquisition of mobile devices with current tools.
•Analyze data retrieved from mobile devices with current tools.
•Assess the differences between cellular ... [Read More]

Cyber Forensics and Security (Master Degree)

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

Master of Cyber Forensics and Security - This unique and highly sought after degree program combines technology, management and legal issues of cyber forensics and security. Legal courses are offered by IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Creation and management of cyber security, computer forensics, security and protection of computers, networks, and information

Master of Cyber Forensics and Security

Core Courses (15 hours)

Required Courses
ITMS 538 Cyber Forensics
ITMS 543 Vulnerability Analysis and Control
ITMS 548 Cyber Security Technologies
ITMS 578 Cyber Security Management
LAW 273 Evidence

Elective Courses (15 hours)

Select at least twelve hours from the following:
ITMS 518 Coding Security
ITMS 528 Database Security
ITMS 539 Steganography
ITMS 549 Cyber Security Technologies: Projects and Advanced Methods
ITMS 555 Mobile Device Forensics
ITMS... [Read More]

UIC External Education

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: (312) 355-0423

Forensic Nursing

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar

Focuses on the background, development, and theoretical foundations of forensic nursing.

The Paralegal Institute

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: (800) 354-1254

Forensic Science

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

What may have been considered science fiction a half century ago is reality for forensic science today. This area of study is indispensable to students of criminal justice, regardless of their scientific aptitude. The history and development of forensic science, functions of the forensic scientist and services of the crime laboratory set the stage for comprehending the scope of the forensic science. Students will explore crime scene and physical evidence, gain understanding in the organic and inorganic analysis of evidence, and ascertain the merit of the microscope. Forensic toxicology, DNA as the new scientific tool, hairs, fibers, fingerprints, in addition to document and voice examinations, all demonstrate the partnership of investigators and forensic scientists-the collecting of evidence with the techniques of science to draw meaningful conclusions in criminal investigations.

UTA - Division for Enterprise Development

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: 866-906-9190

Advanced Forensics Examiner (Certificate)

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

Completion of the Advanced university certificate course provides the technical training necessary to begin doing computer forensics. Unlike lesser courses teaching use of a single largely automated forensics program, students learn to understand and effectively use manual and discrete Windows and Linux utilities to expertly analyze computers running Windows and Mac OSX. A week long forensics criminal case exercise tests your comprehension. The last week prepares you to defend your findings in court based upon an understanding of legal and procedural precedents as well as validated expert testimony techniques.

Forensics Examiner

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar

The 50-hour Basic course is intended for those new to computer forensics, but capable of loading and operating Windows. This introductory course provides an inexpensive vehicle to not only prepare for more advanced and challenging technical training, but also to better assess your aptitude for an increasingly competitive and demanding computer forensics career.

Our Lady of the Lake University

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: 1-800-436-6558

Forensic Accounting

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

This course covers various topics associated with modern forensic and investigative accounting. Topics include cybercrime, fraud auditing, litigation support, valuation, as well as fraud examination, accounting theory, auditing, attestation services, internal accounting control, risk assessment, financial statement analysis, tax related fraud and forensic matters, and accounting systems analysis. The objectives include understanding the underlying principles and practices used by CPAs, accountants, internal auditors, and others used to examine financial and related information, as well as integrating these principles and practices with skills in accounting, auditing, fraud examination, finance, quantitative methods, certain areas of the law, research, and investigative skills to collect, analyze, and evaluate evidential matter and to interpret and communicate findings to internal stakeholders and external parties.

Indiana Tech

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: 800.937.2448

Forensic Accounting

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar

This course will emphasize the conduct of fraud examinations, including a discussion of specific procedures used in forensic accounting examinations and the reasoning behind the use of these procedures. Coverage extends to detection, investigation, and prevention of specific types of fraud committed against organizations and individuals.

Indiana Wesleyan University

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: 866-468-6498


Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar

This course introduces students to the collection of forensic evidence, the analysis of forensic evidence, and the use of forensic evidence in criminal trials.

Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

Students in this course will assess situations for the characteristics of fraudulent activities, evaluate the evidence to determine potential types of fraud within the organization, integrate all evidence to detect and investigate the presence of fraud, and develop the body of evidence, using forensic accounting, required to prosecute the perpetrator. Students will recommend improvements to the internal controls to reduce potential fraudulent activities. A biblical worldview will be integrated throughout the forensic accounting and fraud detection process.

Northeastern University College of Professional Studies

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: 1.877.668.7727

Forensic Accounting (Certificate)

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

News surrounding corporate corruption has had a significant impact on businesses, particularly the accounting industry. In response, the government has enacted sweeping accounting and business laws such as the Sarbanes-Oxley 2002 legislation.

Additionally, many professional organizations including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) have made the prevention, detection, and prosecution of fraud and accounting abuse a priority. This four-course graduate certificate in forensic accounting is designed to help students apply techniques in identifying, collecting, and examining evidence, including how to identify financial statement misrepresentation, transaction reconstruction, and tax evasion.

The George Washington University

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: (202) 994-1000

Forensic Rehabilitation Counseling (Certificate)

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

The program offers a collaborative multidisciplinary approach, making it ideal for counselors in private practice, rehabilitation counselors and supervisors, directors of rehabilitation agencies and vocational experts.

Counselors seeking additional education required for certification also benefit from this program.

GW’s program in forensic rehabilitation counseling is one of only two such programs offered nationally in the United States.

Program Objectives

Students in the certificate program:
•Learn about the role that counselors provide within the legal system,
•Gain expertise in the ethical standards expected of expert witnesses,
•Learn about the processes followed within legal cases when testifying on one’s expert opinion, and
•Gain an understanding of the business aspects of a forensic counselor’s work that breed success in this area of specialization.

North Seattle Community College

Campus/Training Center: Online
Phone No.: (206) 934-3600

Forensic Accounting

Course Format: Online/Virtual Classroom/Webinar  V

This course is an integration of accounting, auditing and fraud investigative skills. Through case studies, students analyze documents, evaluate internal controls and trace funds to resolve accounting irregularities ?with an emphasis on fraudulent financial reporting.

Additional topics include indirect methods of reconstructing income, litigation support (computing commercial and economic damages) and business valuation.

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