The minor in forensic investigation provides a basic understanding of the role and procedures used by crime scene technicians at a crime scene. Emphasis is placed on the collection, analysis, documentation, and preservation of crime scene evidence.
|Required Courses 1|
|FORENSIC 1320||Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation||3|
|FORENSIC 2420||Evidence Collection and Preservation||3|
|FORENSIC 3020||Forensic Criminology||3|
|FORENSIC 3040||Crime Scene Processing Techniques||4|
|Select a minimum of 6 credits from the list below:|
|Fingerprint Analysis and Other Biometrics|
|Issues in Forensic Investigation|
|Directed Individual Studies|
|Current Topics in Forensic Investigation|
|Introduction to Criminal Justice|
|Foundations of Policing|
|The Washington Center - The LEAD Colloquium|
|The Washington Center - Evening Topics Course|
In addition, all forensic investigation minors must earn a “C-” or better in each required and elective course.