Description: The IT specialization in Criminal Justice and Law offers students the opportunity to study different aspects of criminal justice. Students take courses in conjunction with Rutgers-Newark School of Criminal Justice and study the origins of both digital and traditional crime. Students will learn how new technologies can be implemented to investigate and prevent crimes. Skills learned in this specialization can lead to careers in law enforcement, forensics, or future study in law school.
Potential careers for students interested in Criminal Justice and Law:
Law Enforcement, Law School, Forensics Specialist, Law Enforcement Application Developer, Federal Government
Choose 8 courses for the Specialization.
|IT 220||Wireless Networks||Fall and Spring|
|IT 230||Computer Systems Security||Fall and Spring|
|IT 330||Computer Forensics||Fall and Spring|
|IT 400||IT and the Law||Fall and Spring|
|IT 430||Ethical Hacking||Fall and Spring|
|IT 310||E-Commerce Technology||Fall and Spring|
|IS 390||Analysis and System Design||Fall and Spring|
|R 202-301||Intro to Criminal Justice||Fall and Spring|
|R 202-102||Criminology||Fall and Spring|
|R 202-310||Case Proc, the Law and the Courts||Fall and Spring|
|R 202-331||Delinquency and Juvenile Justice||Fall and Spring|
|R 202-203||Police and Society||Fall and Spring|
|R 202-202||Gender, Crime and Justice||Fall and Spring|
Please see NJIT Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions.
Please contact the department if you have any questions about Math/Science requirements.