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Objectives:
Designed to meet the demand for computer forensic investigators and related professionals in government, law enforcement, and industry. Provides a pathway for the existing security professional or IT professional seeking a career change to extend and qualify their expertise in digital forensics.
Entry Requirements:
Students may enter with an undergraduate degree, or five years appropriate work experience. Students who do not have an undergraduate degree must successfully complete a Graduate Certificate in Computer Security before continuing with Stage 2. Students with an existing degree must complete the level 4 units before continuing on to Stage 2 units.
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Computer Forensics Investigator, Computer Forensics Consultant

This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The course has three distinct stages, students entering without an undergraduate degree must complete each stage in sequence. Students with an existing undergraduate should complete Stage 1 before proceeding to undertake any other units within the course.

Stage 1
Graduate Certificate
Unit           Description                                         Points

CSI4102     Computer Security                                 15
CSI4207     Network Security Fundamentals            15
CSG4106    Introductory Computer Forensics          15
CSG4208    Wireless Security                                   15

Stage 2
Graduate Diploma
Unit           Description                                                   Points

CSI5318    Wireless and Mobile Computing Security         20
CSI5319    Computer Forensics                                        20
CSG5107   Network Forensics                                          20

Stage 3
Unit           Description                                                                 Points

CSG5104    Special Topic 1                                                                20
CSG5108    Forensic Investigation and Evidence Presentation         20
CSG5109    Mobile Forensics                                                             20
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