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A technology forensics specialist is an information technology professional who supports the military, corporate, law enforcement and legal communities in the investigation and analysis of digital data.
Students in the Technology Forensics degree program will learn methods to obtain and document digital information, determine how information was compromised, trace attribution of malicious code and reverse engineer data to develop mitigations and countermeasures.
UAT's Technology Forensics degree will prepare students to anticipate new and emerging technologies so they can be successful within the rapidly evolving digital forensics environment and the increasingly complex threat landscape.
Graduates from the Technology Forensics program will have both the technical skills for recovering evidence and the presentation skills to provide both detailed technical and summary data to interested parties. Above all, this program will focus on learning the highly technical and cutting-edge technologies affecting IT systems today and tomorrow.
Educating the next wave of innovators, our faculty leverage their experiences to mentor students to lead innovations and solve challenges in advancing technology.
UAT’s Synchronic Learning model provides an education framework that prepares superior graduates to become tomorrow’s innovators. This model embodies UAT’s methodologies, curricula and community dedicated to fostering an environment of innovation that promotes demonstrated mastery and job readiness.
How does UAT prepare superior graduates? Students are required to participate in projects that solve real problems. UAT requires students to innovate and create a working proof of concept that’s never been done before. Students complete internships, community projects and apprenticeship experiences to cultivate their ability to succeed in the workplace.
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