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The Forensic Science Certificate prepares biochemistry, biology, and chemistry majors to work in forensic science laboratories, and anthropology majors for graduate study leading to a career in forensic anthropology.
The natural science concentration requires a major in biochemistry, biology, or chemistry.
(Note: CHEM 1500 - Advanced General Chemistry (with Lab) may be taken in place of CHEM 1130 and 1140)
To qualify for employment in the DNA section of a forensic science laboratory students must complete the following courses or their equivalents.