Direct Admission for Digital Forensics


Integrate yourself early on into the School of Business through the Direct Admit program, a unique opportunity for high-achieving and highly motivated applicants to the University interested in majoring in Business Administration, Accounting or Digital Forensics. This page provides information for those interested in studying digital forensics. Click here for information on direct admission for business and accounting.


Applicants are identified as Direct Admits to the School of Business by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at the time of admission. To be considered, you must choose Digital Forensics as your intended major on Part I of your undergraduate application.

In addition, you need  a high school grade point average of 89, and a 1200 or better SAT score (1600 scale) or 25 or better on the ACT. To maintain enrollment in the Digital Forensics major, at the completion of 56 credits, these students must also have completed with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 the following seven courses: A SOC 115, R CRJ 281 or A MAT 108, B ACC 211, B FOR 100, B FOR 201, B FOR 202, and B FOR 203.  

Opportunities for Direct Admits to Digital Forensics

  • World of Digital Forensics Living Learning Community
  • Student Organizations: Digital Forensics Association, Cyber Defense Organization—
  • Direct Communication with the School of Business: Through the Digital Forensics listserv, you are sent e-mails about programming, internships, and scholarship opportunities from the time you arrive on campus. 

Questions about direct admission to Digital Forensics can be directed to Damira Pon in the School of Business.