Grad School Hub's #1 Best Online Masters' degree in Forensic Accounting tallies up to Purdue University, a historic institution nestled near the western bank of the Wabash River in West Lafayette, IN. Purdue was established in 1869 as a college of agriculture, science, and technology with a financial push from local businessman John Purdue. The public research university is ranked #56 in Best National Universities and #5 in Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs by U.S. News & World Report.
Purdue's Computer and Information Technology MS program offers a specialization in information security, cyberforensics, and homeland security. Specialized courses include Advanced Research Topics in Cyberforensics, Basic Computer Forensics, and Cyberforensics for Cloud and Virtual Environments. The university is home to ample onsite and online computing resources, including knowledgebases, and survey software.
The university has its own private research nonprofit, the Purdue Research Foundation, and so it's no surprise to see their "very high" research designation by the Carnegie Foundation. In 1961, the organization opened the Purdue Research Park. The Park provides an interactive research environment for businesses, Purdue researchers, and the tech industry. In 2004, Purdue was ranked #1 by the Association of University Research Parks.