North Dakota Computer Forensics
The estimated population of North Dakota is over 639,700 with a workforce of approximately 365,600. North Dakota is 48th largest state in terms of population. In places like Fargo and Grand Forks, the demand for educated and trained North Dakota computer forensics professionals continues to increase.
North Dakota Computer Forensics Schools & Degrees
North Dakota has both campus-based and online computer forensics degree programs. The number of campus-based computer forensic programs are limited in North Dakota, however, online computer forensics schools are a great option. Currently, there is only one school with a campus in North Dakota offering a computer forensics program. Southwestern Community College, located in Sylva, North Dakota, offers an associate’s degree in Cyber Crime Technology.
Whether it’s an online computer forensics degree or a degree that is related to computer forensics, requesting more information from schools is a great first step towards a rewarding career. For North Dakota residents, there are a number of computer forensics degree options available to you to get you career pursuit started.
|Fairleigh Dickinson University||MS in Cybersecurity and Information Systems|
|Saint Mary's University of Minnesota||Online MS in Cybersecurity|
|Utica College||MS in Cybersecurity|
Computer Forensics Rules, Regulations, & Certification in North Dakota
When it comes to standard operating procedure in computer forensics, every state has its own laws and procedures. Currently, North Dakota is operating with regards to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Amendments. North Dakota’s Joint Procedure Committee recently recommended amending Rule 26 to incorporate language analogous to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure amendments. This includes the process undertaken to claim inadvertent waiver*.
North Dakota Computer Forensics Salaries
In North Dakota, individuals in the computer forensics field make far greater money than the average pay across all professions in the state. According to the United States Department of Labor, North Dakota has an average state salary of $32,440 across all professions. Computer forensics professions make more than double that salary at $78,000 a year. Of course, as with any profession, the pay for computer forensics varies by the specific city you practice in. Traditionally, larger cities tend to pay better salaries than smaller, more rural areas. For instance, the salary for computer forensic examiners in Fargo tends to be slightly higher than that in Grand Forks**.
Specific breakdown of Computer Forensic Salaries in North Dakota:
- Average salary for a computer forensic examiner in the state of North Dakota: $70,000-$78,000**
- Average computer forensic salary in Fargo, North Dakota: $44,000-$49,000**
- Average computer forensic salary in Grand Forks, North Dakota: $39,000-$43,000**