Forensic Science, M.S.
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- Program Type:
- Online Master
The Master of Science in Forensic Science program is designed to service the needs of both practicing professionals and full-time students who desire an advanced program study in forensic science. The program comprised of three concentrations: Forensic Analysis, Forensic Biochemistry and Forensic Professional. The Forensic Biochemistry and Forensic Analysis concentrations require the student to perform original research and defend a written thesis. The Forensic Professional concentration is a non-thesis option comprised of course work and an independent study capstone project.
Forensic Science is a highly interdisciplinary science, as reflected in the following programs of study. The interdisciplinary nature of the program makes it imperative that students seek advising from faculty members on the content courses to ensure that they have the appropriate background to master the course content.
Up to 6 hours of graduate credit for advanced courses taken at another approved institution can be accepted with approval of the graduate program director.
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