Interested in online computer forensics programs?
Browse through our programs below! We offer online computer forensics programs on every level. Take a look and request information for free!
Approximately 89 online schools exist in the US. Of these schools, about 290 offer accredited online computer forensics programs. These accredited online computer forensics schools have approximately 1,520,710 students enrolled. These online computer forensics colleges have an admission rate of approximately 51%. In other words, 51 out of every 100 applicants receive admission in online computer forensics courses.
Online computer forensics classes are available at the following levels:
- Associate's degree in computer forensics
- Bachelor's degree in computer forensics
- Master's degree in computer forensics
- Doctoral degree in computer forensics
- Certificate in computer forensics
Accredited online computer forensics schools offer a variety of online computer forensics programs for students to choose from. They offer 33 online computer forensics certificate programs, 93 online computer forensics associate's degree programs and 473 online computer forensics bachelor's degree programs. In addition, at the graduate level, students may choose from one of 41 online computer forensics master's degree programs or 1 online computer forensics doctoral degree program.
Approximately 29% of the 1,520,710 students enrolled in online computer forensics classes, graduate in a timely fashion. The remaining either drop out or take longer than normal to complete their online computer forensics degree or certificate.
After graduation, online computer forensics college graduates can choose from careers such as a computer forensic technician. Salary earned by those with computer forensics degrees or certificates depends on factors such as the exact job, location, or the specific employer. Salary can be in the range of $25,580 to $126,240 per year. Computer forensic technicians earn an average yearly salary of $55,431.
Disclaimer: The data used above represents both online and offline offerings. Data for only online schools is not readily available. However, this data can give students a basic picture of what to expect.