The Forensic Science Institute (FSI) is a comprehensive training and research organization for students, professionals, and first responders in all aspects of evidence collection, preservation, analysis, reporting, and testimony. The Institute has become a leading provider of forensic science education at the undergraduate and graduate level through a robust, interdisciplinary program. For more information regarding the BSc in Forensic Science - Digital Forensics, please click here.

Curriculum

To complete the program, you have to complete another major in addition to 30-39 hours in the Forensic Science undergraduate program. You can either double major or if you already have a Bachelor's degree, you can earn a second degree by completing the 30-39 hours in our program. Degree Sheet

Scholarships & Tuition Waivers

The Forensic Science Institute offers a limited number of scholarships and assistantships to Forensic Science students. Students may begin applying for scholarships the spring semester of their first year to be applied the following school year.

Career Opportunities

Forensic Science - Digital Forensics career opportunities include:

  • Crime scene reconstruction and mapping
  • Fingerprint examination
  • Firearm and toolmark identification

View a career guide for Forensic Science - Digital Forensics majors.

Community Opportunities

Program taught in:
English

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Last updated September 10, 2018
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Sept. 2019
Duration
Full-time
Price
611 USD
General fee: $216.05 / Nonresident fee: $362.90 Total: $610.55 (per international credit hour)
Deadline
Apr. 15, 2019
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