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    Get Information about the University of New Haven Computer Science Programs
    Get Information about the University of New Haven Computer Science Programs
    Get Information about the University of New Haven Computer Science Programs

Cybersecurity. Cyber Forensics. Wireless Networking.

A nationally recognized leader in experiential education, the University of New Haven offers undergraduate and master's degrees that seamlessly bridge theory with hands-on application, allowing graduates to be not only productive, but pioneering in their chosen industry.

Learning how to recover digital evidence from state-of-the-art, small-scale digital devices such as smartphones and studying the vital fundamentals of wireless networking are just a few of the exciting exploration opportunities available to undergraduate and graduate students.

Our programs contain electives that can be tailored to suit our students' interests, focusing on state-of-the-art areas such as cybersecurity and cyber forensics, as well as wireless networking.

Check out some of the work conducted by our graduate students

UNH Cyber Forensics Research and Education Group (UNHcFREG)

UNHcFREG houses a multidisciplinary team of students and world-renowned faculty that work on reconstructing digital evidence from: digital devices, such as gaming devices like the Xbox One; mobile devices (iOS and Android phones); and hard drives. To learn more about the group's activities and their continual scientific contributions, visit cyberforensics.newhaven.edu.

UNH Wireless Research Group (UNHwRG)

UNHwRG also houses a team of students and world-renowned faculty that work on improving the state of the art in wireless networking. The group works with students and researchers all over the world to research the most current developments in wireless technologies such as next generation wireless, 4G, 5G, LTE advance, wireless sensor networks, and so on. To learn more about the group's activities, and their continuous scientific contributions, visit www.newhaven.edu/UNHwRG.

 

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