Course Overview

September Semester

Module 1

Computer Forensics

Module 2

Malware Behaviour Analysis


January Semester

Module 1

Cyber Crime and Digital Forensics

Module 2

Malware Reverse Engineering
Course Level
Course Credit
Course Contact
9 Months
Special Purpose Award
Dr. Hazel Murray
EU 3,500/ Non EU 5,000
80% subsidy available for EU students.

Programme Descriptor

Graduates from the programme will be equipped with the understanding of how digital forensics is an essential part of breach response and legal investigations as well as in depth understanding of malware behaviour and reverse engineering.


More Information

Is This Course For Me?

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Yes, it is a fully online part-time course.

You may be eligible for funding with Technology Industry Alliance Skillnet. For more information, please see below.
For information on your eligibility for tax relief, please click here.

This course is for experienced software developers to enhance their skills with the knowledge to develop secure software. Ideally candidates will poess an honours degree in computing or in a cognate area (STEM). Candidates who do not hold a computing degree and are currently working in the IT sector may be considered based on relevant academic qualifications or extensive work experience.

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Apply For Funding

We are pleased to say this course is available for funding through Tech Industry Alliance Skillnet. Check your eligibility by following these quick and easy steps.

  1. Apply for this course on the CyberSkills website 
  2. Enquire with Tech Industry Alliance Skillnet if you are eligible for funding. Click Here to visit their website.
  3. If you are offered a place on the course, once accepting mark your employer to pay - Tech Industry Alliance Skillnet
  4. Enjoy the course!

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