Students who pursue a forensic science minor are preparing for further study or may pair it with studies in fields such as chemistry, anthropology or criminal justice. You'll be introduced to the many fields of forensic science. Courses will familiarize you with methods and techniques used in the field and give you a working knowledge and understanding of the discipline. Your internships will provide a chance to see forensics at work in a variety of situations.
- Full range of instrumentation available to support coursework and research.
- Student–faculty collaborative research is encouraged. Projects are ongoing in areas such as analytical, physical, organic, inorganic, biochemistry and chemical education.
- Direct contact with faculty, who supervise their own research laboratories.
- Program approved by American Chemical Society.
- Chemistry program is a leader among Midwest colleges and universities offering similar programs.
- Criminal Justice Association
- Chemistry Club
- The Anthropology Collective
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