Forensic Sciences Program Requirements

The curriculum for the forensic sciences program follows and is designed to be completed in as few as two years: Students must complete all core courses. In addition, students must elect a track and complete all courses in the selected track.

Core Courses:

FSCI 500

Survey of Forensic Science

FSCI 610

Physical Evidence at Crime Scenes

FSCI 615

Safety/Quality Control/Quality Assurance

FSCI 655

Practicum Rotations

FSCI 720

Seminar in Forensic Science I

FSCI 721

Seminar in Forensic Science II

FSCI 760

Research Project & Presentation I

FSCI 761

Research Project & Presentation II

FSCOR 604

Evidence

FSCOR 664

Litigation Practice & Procedure

FSCI 701

Mock Trial

Chemistry Track:

FSCI 617

Trace Evidence

FSCI 620

Drug Analysis

FSCI 670

Toxicology

FSCI/FS

Forensic Science or Forensic Studies Elective

Biology Track:

FSCI 640

Serology & Immunology

FSCI 645

DNA Analysis

FSCI 660

Forensic DNA Computer Applications

FSCI/FS

Forensic Science or Forensic Studies Elective

Crime Scene Investigation Track:

FSCI 630

Crime Scene Investigation

FSCI 632

Pattern Analysis

ART 540

Crime Scene Photography

FSCI/FS

Forensic Science or Forensic Studies Elective