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.
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.
|CC 201||Introduction to Cyber Criminology||3|
|CC 301||Cyber Law and Policy||3|
|CC 401||Law Enforcement in the Digital Age||3|
|CS 202||Web Foundations||3|
|Credit Hours Subtotal:||12|
|*CC 401 is offered in fall semesters. CC 301 is offered in spring semesters.|
|Select six hours of the following:||6|
|Intro to Fraud Risk Management|
|Special Topics in Cyber Crime|
|Digital Forensic Investigation|
|Special Topics in Cyber Criminology|
|Survey Criminal Theories|
|Legal & Ethical Issues in Comp|
|Intro To Personality|
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.
A minimum of six hours of 300- and 400-level courses in the minor must be earned on this campus.
This minor does not require ancillary courses.
CC 201 is a prerequisite for all CC upper-level courses.