Computer forensics is a branch of digital forensic science regarding legal evidence found in computers and digital media. Computer forensics examines digital media with the aim of identifying, preserving, recovering, analyzing and presenting facts and opinions about the information, which helps to prove innocence or guilt in court. Sometimes called digital forensics, it specializes in the scientific analysis of computer communications and the data on computer storage devices, such as hard disks and CD-ROMs. The Graduate Certificate is composed of six graduate courses related to Digital Forensics, Network and Computer Security, and secure Data Communications. The program will rely on both Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico faculty plus adjunct faculty, which are knowledgeable in the field of Computer Forensics. These faculty are qualified and have shown their interest in teaching in the Digital Forensics Certificate program. These faculty dominate the theoretic aspects and bring to the classroom their expertise from their professional practice, giving students the advantage of obtaining skills that will help them excel in their work even before graduating.