Digital Criminology Minor
The Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group is offering students a minor in Digital Criminology with the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology. This 15-credit hour program will expose students to a variety of coursework and experience in matters of cybersecurity from a criminological perspective. A grade of C- or higher is required for all of the courses
Criminal Justice Internship Program
The Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group host student interns in Criminal Justice and Criminology who are required to take CRJU 4935 – Field Placement I.
To address the widening skills gap in the cybersecurity field, the Evidence-Based Cybersecurity EBCS Research Group at Georgia State University has been awarded $300,000 from the National Science Foundation to develop an innovative research and internship program. The Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Training and Mentorship Program for Students will teach students advanced cybersecurity research skills and match them with cybersecurity practitioners with whom they will test tools to improve organizations’ security.