Earn your cybersecurity graduate certificate and fight 21st-century crime.
As our world becomes more and more high tech and data driven, cybercrime is a growing threat. Digital fraud, identity theft, security breaches, cyberbullying and other attacks threaten everything from private business and government agencies to personal security.
Bridgewater State University’s Department of Criminal Justice is leading the fight against cybercrime with a graduate certificate in cybersecurity and cybercriminology. Different than other cybersecurity certificate programs, ours adds cybercriminology to focus on the investigative side of cybercrime. Through courses covering in-depth topics, from cutting-edge techniques and policy to ethics and criminological theory, you’ll gain a broad understanding not just of how cybercrime happens but also why it happens, who perpetrates it and who suffers from it.