The Forensic Science Minor offers the student the opportunity to explore and develop an interest in forensic science. Students pursuing a career in criminal justice or public safety will find that a forensic science background will be an invaluable asset in field operations and career advancement. (In planning your general education requirements, it is highly recommended that BIO 130 Introduction to Biotechnology or CHY 100 Chemistry I, or both, be taken in preparation for the Forensic Science minor).
|CRJ 326||Introduction to Forensic Science||3 credits|
|CRJ 215||Principles of Investigations||3 credits|
|CRJ 220||Forensics of Death Investigation||3 credits|
|PSA 332||Introduction to Forensic Anthropology||3 credits|
|Select two of the following:|
|CRJ 108||Constitutional Law||3 credits|
|CRJ 222||Criminalistics||3 credits|
|PSA 242||Wildlife Forensics||3 credits|
|PSA 319||Interviewing in Modern Policing||3 credits|
|PSA 419||Case Preparation and Resolution||3 credits|
NOTE: Nursing students who have taken NUR301, NUR309, and HLT386 will be awarded 3 credits towards the required 6 credit electives for the Forensic Minor.
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