Forensic Science is on the threshold of biotechnical advancement. Individuals working in the human service area can facilitate a valuable service in the transition of trauma victims from health care institutions to the court of law. The forensically-educated professional could be a critical component in facilitating the proper recognition and collection of evidence in complex forensic cases. This minor is designed to prepare students to appreciate the rapidly changing field of forensic science and to prepare them to work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the collection, preservation, and presentation of forensic evidence.
Crime Scene Investigation: Theories and Practice
Criminalistics and the Investigation of Injury and Death
Forensic Science Experiential Learning
Choose from one of the following elective courses:
Crime Victims and Justice
Special Topics (topic must be approved)
Sexuality in Health and Society (SWRK 3025)