Forensics Minor

Forensics Minor

The Forensics minor is an interdisciplinary minor designed for students who are interested in how physical and psychological evidence resolves issues involving criminal behavior, crime scenes and criminal investigations.

Within the forensics minor, you can pursue one of the following tracks :

  • forensics anthropology 
  • forensic lab
  • human mind

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Forensics Minor Course Requirements

The Forensics minor is an interdisciplinary minor designed for students who are interested in how physical and psychological evidence resolves issues involving criminal behavior, crime scenes and criminal investigations. The minor consists of 19-20 credits, including:

 

  • BIO 155 Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation and Forensics
  • CRJ 201 Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • CHM 111 General Chemistry I
  • BIO 110 General BIology I
  • BIO 245 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  • PHY 120 University Physics I
  • PSY 212 Developmental Psychology
  • PSY 310 Psychology of Personality

 

*For the authoritative source on academic requirements and courses, please consult the academic catalog.

 

Visit the Online Catalog for an explanation of graduation requirements.