Forensics

  • The criminal justice degree prepares students for a variety of law enforcement, corrections, security and investigative careers, as well as graduate or law school.
  • The criminal justice degree program with an emphasis in juvenile justice is designed to provide students with skills necessary to enter the profession with an eye toward working with a juvenile population.
  • The forensic science program with an emphasis in anthropology is designed to provide students with skills necessary to enter the profession with an eye toward skeletal identification and related investigative tasks.
  • The forensic science program with an emphasis in criminal justice is designed to provide students the skills necessary to enter the profession with an eye toward field-related criminal investigative tasks
  • The forensic science program with an emphasis in physics is designed to provide students the skills necessary to enter the profession with an eye toward accident reconstruction, firearm ballistics and related investigative tasks.
  • The forensic science program with an emphasis in polymer science is designed to provide students the skills necessary to enter the profession with an eye toward polymer-related applications to criminal justice and related investigative tasks.
  • The forensic science program with an emphasis in biological sciences is designed to provide students the skills necessary to enter the profession with an eye toward DNA analysis and related identification/investigative tasks.
  • The forensic science program with an emphasis in chemistry and biochemistry is designed to provide students the skills necessary to enter the profession with an eye toward serology, toxicology, drug identification and related investigative tasks.