Forensic Science is the application of science to answer questions of interest in the legal system. The major is based on a core of content in the sciences, specifically chemistry, computer science and mathematics, with additional options in biology and physics. Additional content within the major includes archeology, criminal justice, fine arts, psychology and sociology. The major allows students to focus their studies in the area of Forensic Science or Computer Forensics. Both take common core courses. Forensic Science students take 3 additional courses and Computer Forensic students take 4 additional courses.
|Humanities I||Humanities II|
|Freshman English 103||Freshman English 104|
|Chemistry 130||Chemistry 131|
|Criminal Justice 101||Criminal Justice 212|
|Humanities III||Humanities IV|
|Computer Science 228||Physics 104|
|Chemistry 220||Major Elective|
|Chemistry 270||Chemistry 310|
|Major Elective||Major Elective|
|Fine Arts option||Elective|
*Computer Forensics option only.