B. Sc. GENERAL AND DIGITAL FORENSIC SCIENCE IN GERMANY
Criminals rose when the internet and digitisation developed. Computer science tools are required to stop them. Locard’s rule (there is no contact between two objects without mutual traces) is important in modern forensics.
The student will learn to link and analyse digital forensic data. The heart of this course is evaluating, analysing, and interpreting the data found by investigators during a crime scene.
Students will also gain fundamental scientific knowledge, modelling methods, and simulation of complex systems in modern forensics.
Students must know classical forensics to understand modern forensics, and they will know the challenges of modern forensics through interdisciplinary modules.
Other areas in this course are image processing, data reconstruction, securing and analysing digital traces, encryption technology, forensic biology, criminalistics, IT security, criminology, and crime scene work.
Students must apply their gained knowledge in practical exercises to understand better.
BSc. General and Digital Forensic Science in Germany starts as a winter semester and expands for six semesters. German is the mode of language, and it is a full-time course.
Career opportunities in this field include software developer, penetration tester, cyber criminalist, forensics officer, cyber security analyst, network and IT security consultant, big data analyst, and forensic service provider for investigative authorities.
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