This four-year Master of Computing (MComp) course in Computer Forensics is the highest award for undergraduate study in computing and is designed for more able students. Combining our BSc (Hons) Computer Forensics degree with Masters-level material, it allows you to further distinguish yourself with an advanced set of professional and technical skills. An MComp Computer Forensics course also removes the need to source further funding to study a Masters-level qualification. On completion, you will be better placed to compete in the graduate jobs market and enter more demanding and rewarding roles. Data stored on digital devices reveals what we do and where we have been. Authorities can use this information to identify and convict people who break the law. This means that skilled professionals who can gather and interpret digital data are in high demand. This practical Computer Forensics degree produces such professionals. You’ll study topics that include the computer forensic process, tools and procedures, understanding digital evidence, cryptography, information security, law and ethics, and computer crime. By graduation, you’ll be able to manage a forensic case and perform technical analysis of computer-based evidence. Course content is informed by our consultancy and research work. We’ve handled cases for law enforcement and government. You’ll be trained in courtroom skills and learn how to give evidence in a court of law. You will also have the opportunity to achieve AccessData Certified Examiner status as part of your studies, which is an industry-recognised qualification. This Computer Forensics course is based at our Treforest campus. USW Treforest is surrounded by green open spaces. Our students say they love the warm and friendly welcome and community atmosphere, as well as the convenience of living and studying in the same place. From listed buildings to new, modern structures, Treforest reflects the University’s history and its ambitions. Here you will find everything you need in one place - halls of residence, the library and sport centre, cafes and bars to eat and drink, and friends to spend time with.