Certificate in Information Networking for Criminal Justice
Offered jointly by the Department of Informatics and the Department of Justice Studies, this certificate will prepare you to specialize in investigating digital crime. It combines theory and practice from the two disciplines.
Available on campus and online.
Courses (15 hours)
- JUS 225 Justice in the Information Age
- JUS 305 Corporate Crime & Deviance
- INT 250 Introduction to Web Development
- INT 658 Law of Cyberspace
- INT 680 Network Architecture and Data Communications I
No grade lower than a “C” will be accepted toward the certificate. All courses must be taken for credit.
How to Claim Your Certificate
After completing your courses:
For questions about course offerings, contact the Department of Informatics at (785) 628-5373 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.