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 Forensic 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 21-26 credits, including:
- CRJS 203: Intro to Criminal Justice (3 credits)
- BIOL 155 Crime Scene Investigation (with Lab) (4 credits)
- CHEM 111: General Chemistry I (with Lab) (4 credits)
- CRJS 499: Forensics Practicum (1-3 credits)
- AND Complete 3 Courses from the Approved elective list (recommended to complete one of the 3 emphasis tracks: forensic anthropology, forensic lab, human mind).
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