The Forensic Investigation Advanced Certificate Program was initiated at BCIT in 1997. The objective of this program is to enhance the theoretical knowledge base and investigative capabilities of the people who work alongside specialized professionals in the diverse fields involved in solving a crime. Students gain a clear understanding of the principles, procedures, technologies and the legal ramifications of investigator's work.
The Advanced Certificate Program requires completion of common core courses plus selected courses from specialized concentration courses and electives for a total of 25.0 credits.
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Graduates from the Computer Crime Studies Option will gain the additional skills and knowledge that professionals require to work successfully in the prevention and investigation of commercial crime and computer crime. There is a growing requirement for professionals in both the private and public sectors. Some position titles include:
Graduates will be able to function both as professionals in their own right and as members of multi-disciplinary teams composed of financial and investigative professionals.
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