Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics

Program Goals Statement

Students will be prepared for critical roles in developing solutions to security problems, which are a continually changing and evolving issue for businesses. Students will master theoretical concepts of information security and the methodologies required for practical problem-solving and prevention. Students will learn computer forensics skills and will be able to conduct analyses of computer and/or network equipment and related data files.

Program Information

• Transfer credit for any Computer Information Systems (CIS or CIT) course must be approved by the CI Department Chair or by a full-time CI faculty member.

• Bristol Community College has a CompTIA Academic Partnership. Through this program, Bristol  students can purchase CompTIA test vouchers and prep materials at a 50 percent discount. 

Note: Students may be required to obtain and use specific hardware, operating systems, or applications.

After Bristol

• This program prepares students for high-demand roles to protect critical functions in all types of enterprises.

• If you plan to transfer to a four-year institution, visit the Transfer Affairs website at

Infused General Education Competencies 

Technical Literacy, First Year Experience

Total credits:

Course Sequencing




Associate in Science


Degree Offered

Associate in Science in Computer Information Systems (Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics)

Program Contact

Priscilla Grocer
Department Chair

Sarmad Saman
Dean of STEM