These are all separate items that fall into "education" let's break down what does and does not matter.
Does a degree matter?
Short answer, yes. Your degree tells me as your employer you have both the drive and the tenacity to survive the many "tests" it requires you to earn your degree. Some of these tests are technical, others are being able to navigate bureaucracy, and work with a range of people over you with at least acceptable success. (Basically that you're well rounded enough to be successful beyond simply knowing certain skills)
Does "Accredited matter?
YES!!! Even worse "Accredited" doesn't necessarily mean the "good" accredited. There is "state accredited", "federally accredited", "regionally accredited", etc. I don't recall which was which, but one means the school is on the up and up. Degrees from properly accredited schools are worth something, degrees from non-accredited schools typically are worthless. (Think of it like this, if a major university says "yes Jim knows his stuff" vs some unknown guy saying it.)
Do final year projects matter?
On a resume... not really... Sometimes if a project (in school or otherwise) is noteworthy it makes a good line item on a resume to support what you're offering, but honestly that's just a little padding to your benefit, nothing that will make or break a resume.
Do course titles matter?
No, seriously... PLEASE don't list on your resume I got an "A" in digital forensics, I only care that you got your degree a break down of your classes is going to make me go "Does he seriously have nothing better to put here?"
Does the type of degree matter?
A little... If I'm hiring a Compsci job like a software developer Computer Science is directly the degree for the job, but honestly that probably only matters for the first job or two, after that it's all about experience, the degree is just the thing I use to demonstrate you don't just quit when things get hard. So long as your degree is at least "loosely related" it's all good.