Cybercrime vs. Cybersecurity
The new MS in Cybercrime at USF is designed for criminal investigators, not computer scientists. There are no computer science prerequisites or required courses. You will receive all the computer science training you need within the program.
Students who enter the cybersecurity masters or graduate certificate programs are most likely to be successful if they have academic or work experience in the areas of C/C++ programming, computer networks, operating-system design, algorithms, data structures and computer organization. An undergraduate degree in computer science, computer engineering, MIS or IT is recommended for admission.