FSCI 655 Practicum Rotations
2 credits, Fall
Provides a rotation through a minimum of three forensic science disciplines at a local crime laboratory facility or a criminal justice agency. The practicum rotation will provide students with first-hand experience in areas such as ballistics, DNA analysis, forensic chemistry, latent prints, and questioned documents. The variety of opportunities will also foster ideas for the master's research thesis. The grade obtained in this course counts towards the student's undergraduate GPA.
Prerequisite for undergraduate students: Must be a senior in the BS (chemistry or biotechnology)/MS (forensic sciences) program
Fees: Parking fees may be required.