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In this first course in the Web Technology sequence of courses, students will be introduced to Web development concepts and principles. Foundation topics include protocols, Linux commands, file management, remote access, and file transfer. Additionally, students will learn current industry-standard html/xhtml,cascading style sheets, image editing for web optimization, and the use of various editors. Students will be provided with a Web server account for their use. Additionally, Web accessibility will be discussed and incorporated.
This course is an introduction to the principles of information assurance and security. Topics include security investigation, analysis, implementation, maintenance, and design.
This course introduces the student to the study of terrorism. It will focus on both domestic and foreign varieties of this unique form of organizational crime and its implications for the American criminal justice system. Prerequisite: ENG and RDG placement must be at college level or Permission of Instructor.
This course focuses on computer based crime and cybercrime issues facing the American criminal justice system. The course explores computer based crime investigations, the importance of preserving and correctly interpreting digital evidence, the application of cybercrime laws and regulations along with the identification of emerging issues facing the legal system (Courts). Students will also examine the future trends of cybercrime and government responses. Prerequisite: CRJ 101.