Admission into the Minor

Students are expected to formally declare a minor by completing the Change of Major/Minor Application online under the Student tab of myBama.

Special Opportunities

Cyber Criminology minors are encouraged to participate in the Cyber Crime Club, a very active student organization that aims to educate students on cybercrime and cyberforensic techniques, as well as provide information on career and graduate school options within the field of cybercrime.

Code and Title Hours
Minor Courses
CC 201Introduction to Cyber Criminology3
CC 301Cyber Law and Policy (Offered Spring Only)3
CC 401Law Enforcement in the Digital Age (Offered Fall Only)3
CS 202Web Foundations3
Credit Hours Subtotal: 12
Electives
Select six hours of the following:6
Intro to Fraud Risk Management
Special Topics in Cyber Crime
Internship
Digital Forensic Investigation
Special Topics in Cyber Criminology
Ind. Study- Cyber Criminology
Survey Criminal Theories
Legal & Ethical Issues in Comp
Intro To Personality
Applied Cyber Security
Total Hours18

Grade Point Average

A 2.0 grade point average in the minor is required. Please see the Grades and Grade Points section of this catalog for an explanation on grade point average calculations.

Upper-level Residency

A minimum of six hours of 300- and 400-level courses in the minor must be earned on this campus.

Ancillary Courses

This minor does not require ancillary courses.

Prerequisites

CC 201 is a prerequisite for all CC upper-level courses.