Degrees

Computer Criminology

Computer Criminology Major

Requirements

To graduate with a major in computer criminology, students must complete 52 hours through the following required coursework.

Criminology Courses

Required Courses (12 hours)
  • CCJ 3011 Criminology
  • CCJ 4700 Introduction to Research Methods in Criminology
  • CCJ 2020 Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • CJE 3110 Law Enforcement
Elective Courses (9 hours)
  • CCJ 3666 Victimology
  • CCJ 3644 White Collar Crime
  • CCJ 4614 Criminal and Delinquent Behavior
  • CCJ 4497 Criminal Justice and Public Policy
  • CJC 3010 Corrections
  • CJE 4610 Crime Detection and Investigation
  • CJJ 4010 Juvenile Justice
  • CJL 3510 Courts
  • CJL 4064 Individual Rights and the Criminal Justice System
Capstone Course (3 hours)
  • CCJ 4933: Criminal Justice System Responses to Cybercrime
    (This capstone course is offered only in the Spring semester.)

Computer Science Courses

Required Courses (10 hours)
  • COP 3014 Programming I
  • COP 3353 (1 hour) Introduction to Unix
  • COP 3330 Object Oriented Programming
  • CDA 3100 Computer Organization I
  • MAD 2104 Discrete Math I
Elective Courses (12 hours)
  • CDA 4503 Introduction to Computer Networks
  • CIS 4360 Introduction to Computer Security
  • CIS 4361 Applied Computer Security
  • CIS 4362 Network Security and Cryptography
  • CIS 4407 Computer and Network System Administration
  • COP 4342 Unix Tools
  • COP 4530 Data Structures, Algorithms, and Generic Programming
  • COP 4610 Operating Systems and Concurrent Programming
  • COP 4710 Theory and Structure of Databases
Capstone Course (3 hours)
  • CIS 4385 Cybercrime Detection and Forensics

Refer to the FSU General Bulletin for course prerequisites.

For additional requirement details or assistance in creating a coursework plan, contact an undergraduate academic advisor.