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COSCĀ 4349. Professionalism and Ethics. 3 Hours.

Students examine the nature, need and value of well-formed ethical constructs within the digital forensics profession. Included in this course is a discussion, through case studies, of the nature of professionalism, personal and professional codes of ethics and conduct, and the professional handling of ethical and moral conflict. Students also explore the role of the professional in public policy and the awareness of consequences of ethical dissent and whistle blowing.
Prerequisite: Senior standing.

Minor in Computer Science: Computer Sciences (CS)

http://catalog.shsu.edu/undergraduate/colleges-academic-departments/science-and-engineering-technology/computer-science/computer-science-computer-sciences-minor/

A Computer Science Minor consists of 22 or more hours of Computer Science coursework of which at least 9 hours must be advanced. Students are recommended to take COSC 4349 as an advanced course. Modifications may be made to meet individual student needs as approved by the Computer Science Department Chair. Individualized minor plans are available for students seeking a Computer Science minor for Certification.

Minor in Computer Science: Information Assurance (AI)

http://catalog.shsu.edu/undergraduate/colleges-academic-departments/science-and-engineering-technology/computer-science/computer-science-information-assurance-minor/

A Computer Science Minor consists of 22 or more hours of Computer Science coursework of which at least 9 hours must be advanced. Students are recommended to take COSC 4349 as an advanced course. Modifications may be made to meet individual student needs as approved by the Computer Science Department Chair. Individualized minor plans are available for students seeking a Computer Science minor for Certification.

Minor in Computer Science: Information Systems (IS)

http://catalog.shsu.edu/undergraduate/colleges-academic-departments/science-and-engineering-technology/computer-science/computer-science-information-systems--minor/

A Computer Science Minor consists of 22 or more hours of Computer Science coursework of which at least 9 hours must be advanced. Students are recommended to take COSC 4349 as an advanced course. Modifications may be made to meet individual student needs as approved by the Computer Science Department Chair. Individualized minor plans are available for students seeking a Computer Science minor for Certification.