Maryland's No. 1 Forensic Science College for 2022
Universities.com has, for 2022, again ranked The University of Baltimore the No. 1 forensic science college in Maryland. Check out all of UBalt's renowned undergraduate and graduate forensics offerings.
Among the best.
Our bachelor of science program is ranked #5 among the best bachelor's degrees in computer forensics in the country, according to Study.com.
Study cyber forensics in our digital forensics labs, all equipped to industry standards and running the latest software.
Digital forensics plays a critical role in the world of modern criminal investigations. Our Bachelor of Science in Cyber Forensics program will help you develop the practical and professional skills needed by employers in today's digital forensics, cybersecurity and law enforcement sectors.
As the character and reach of cybercrime continues to evolve, so does the demand for qualified cyber forensics professionals. The B.S. in Cyber Forensics program—the first of its kind in Maryland—exposes students to the acquisition, analysis and evaluation of data recovered from computers and digital devices to establish factual evidence to be used in a court of law. Our labs host professional digital forensic tools, including EnCase, FTK, Paraben, Cellebrite UFED Mobile, Oxygen and other industry standard tools. Additionally, we are delighted to offer our students remote lab access via Virtual Machine by eLumin.
Designed in collaboration with community college cybercrime, cybersecurity and cyber forensic technology programs, this program is ideally suited to A.A. and A.S. graduates seeking to advance their education by completing a bachelor’s degree. Furthermore, our undergraduate program serves as an ideal stepping stone to advanced study into our M.S. in Cyber Forensics program.
The B.S. in Cyber Forensics program will prepare you for job opportunities such as:
|cyber defense forensics analyst
|health care fraud management
|cyber threat investigator
|intelligence research specialist/analyst
|digital forensic analyst
|senior network and threat specialist
Maryland is one of the top employing regions for forensic science investigators in the U.S., with the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area ranking fourth in the country. Forensic investigators may seek employment in local, state and federal governments, corporate and private businesses, financial institutions, hospitals, schools and non-profit organizations. But the increased demand for hires in the area of computer and digital forensic investigation surpasses the current capacity of qualified workers.
Our Bachelor of Science in Cyber Forensics program—which is supported by Governor Hogan’s multi-million dollar Workforce Development Initiative—fills a significant gap in cyber forensics undergraduate education in Maryland.
With this bachelor’s degree, you’ll find yourself in high demand.
Why Choose UBalt?
- You will be taught by leading experts who have specialized knowledge in the areas of network forensics, cryptography, data science, mobile security, computer science, machine learning, software security, coding, computational linguistics, cybersecurity, computer crime and law.
- UBalt's School of Criminal Justice has a proven track record of producing confident and highly skilled graduates who gain employment in the digital forensics, cyber security and law enforcement sectors.
- The B.S. in Cyber Forensics program has been designed with employability at the forefront. We regularly host guest speaker events with UBalt alumni who are currently working in the digital forensics field, as well as other industry professionals.
- Our program emphasizes a hands-on, practical approach to learning using commercial and open source forensic tools. We also offer mentoring to students involved in the National Cyber League competition.
The Maryland Police Officer Scholarship Program
The Maryland Police Officer Scholarship is awarded to current police officers or individuals planning to become a police officer, who are enrolled in an academic program that furthers their career in law enforcement. Recipients must pledge to work as a police officer in the state upon completion of their studies.
Who May Apply?
Students that are current police officers or individuals planning to become a police officer after graduation who are:
- Accepted for admission or currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at a Maryland public senior institution.
- A Maryland resident or have graduated from a Maryland high school.
- Enrolled full-time or part-time pursuing a course of study or program that would further the recipient's career in law enforcement.
Learn more about The Maryland Police Officer Scholarship Program.
For more information about undergraduate admission, please contact the Office of Admission at email@example.com or 1.877.ApplyUB.