The Bachelor of Science in Cyber Forensics is a three-year programme designed to train IT professionals in information/network security and forensic analysis of compromised systems, as well as documenting cyber forensic evidence for use in courts of law.
Cyber Forensics is the process of extracting information and data from computers while investigating a cyber crime. Forensic experts examine digital information in order to locate, preserve, retrieve, and present facts and results. Those who complete this degree will be able to make a significant contribution to computer forensics and information security.
A 12th-grade pass with an aggregate of 55 percent marks in either of the three courses (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, or Computer science) and 50 percent marks in Mathematics alone is the minimum qualification for admission to B.Sc Cyber Forensics.