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School of Criminal Justice, Forensic Science and Security

Current Students

Advisement Procedures: 

Contact the advisor that you are assigned.  You can locate the contact information for your advisor via the student center on soar.

Arrive at your advisement appointment/virtual appointment with a written tentative list of classes you intend to take completed on the General Advisement Form.

***Bring a degree progress report printed from your SOAR account. ***

Academic Advising Center:

School of Criminal Justice, Forensic Science, and Security's Academic Advisor: Lisa%20Lowery%20

The Forensic Science Internship (FSC 400) and the Field Study in Forensic Science (FSC 497) course syllabi can be found in the links below. 

Forensic Science Internship:                                      FSC 400

Forensic Science Field Study (Washington, D.C):     FSC 497  [Postponed due to Covid-19]

Criminal Justice Internship:                                        CJ 400


For more information about internships within The School of Criminal Justice, Forensic Science and Security, please see Dr.%20Charlie%20Scheer (Criminal Justice majors) and Kristi%20Johnson (Forensic Science majors).

Internship Opportunities

ATE Ballistic Helmet Scholarships

The first scholarship is for someone who is pursuing a career in law enforcement. The second scholarship is for a current, full-time police officer furthering their education. 

The global COVID-19 pandemic has prompted new health and safety protocols for face-to-face situations. If this class meets in person, all students will be required to follow several guidelines to reduce the risk of exposure while occupying the same space:

  • All students must wear face coverings that cover their nose and mouth completely.
  • Students will sit a minimum of six feet from one another.
  • Students will exit the classroom space as guided by the professor; in most cases, students will be dismissed by row or table to avoid crowding.
  • Please avoid clustering near one another or the professor at the end of class.

Any unwillingness to follow these guidelines will be treated as a violation of the Classroom Conduct Policy and referred to the Dean of Students’ office.

We want all students to remain healthy and safe throughout the year. Students should maintain good health behaviors: avoid touching their face; wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds (or use hand sanitizer); wear a face covering when not alone; and maintain at least six feet of physical distance from others in public. If students know they have been exposed to COVID-19 or around someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, they should stay home and contact Moffit Health Center for advice on next steps (601-266-5390).

All students must also self-monitor their health and should not leave home if they have the following symptoms:

  • Fever of 100.4 degrees or higher
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Sudden loss of taste or smell

Students with the above symptoms should stay at home and call Moffit Health Center at 601-266-5390.

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118 College Dr. #5127
Hattiesburg, MS 39406

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