The forensic sciences program offers the Bachelor of Science (BS) in forensic sciences degree. This degree program is designed to prepare students for entry-level work in a forensic sciences laboratory that operates within the context of the criminal investigation and crime detection processes.


The forensic sciences program consists of a minimum of 94 hours involving courses from chemistry, biological sciences, anthropology, psychology, criminal justice and forensic sciences. Some of these required courses may also satisfy the university’s general education requirements. Students must also satisfy the Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the university requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree.

Contact David Klamm for any questions regarding our forensic science program.

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