Click on a link below to see a sample syllabus from a previous semester version of a Forensic Science (FRNSC) course. Note that syllabi are prone to change from semester to semester, and may not accurately reflect the current semester's syllabus.
Required Courses for Forensic Majors
FRNSC 100 (3) - Introduction to Forensic Science
FRNSC 210 (3) - Essential Practices of Forensic Science
FRNSC 400 (1) - Courtroom Proceedings and Testimony
FRNSC 410 (2) - Scientific Approach to Crime Scene Investigation
FRNSC 411 (3) - Criminalistics: Trace and Impression Evidence
FRNSC 413 (3) - Criminalistics: Biology
FRNSC 415W (2) - Laboratory in Crime Scene Investigation
FRNSC 421W (4) - Forensic Molecular Biology*
FRNSC 427W (4) - Forensic Chemistry*
FRNSC 475 (1) - Forensic Science Seminar
FRNSC 485W (4) - Coalescence of Forensic Science Concepts
*FRNSC 421W is required for the Biology option only; FRNSC 427W is required for the Chemistry option only
General Education Courses (GN)
FRNSC 100 (3) – Introduction to Forensic Science
FRNSC 100z (3) – Introduction to Forensic Science^
FRNSC 200 (3) – Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation#
^Integrative Studies (IG) course. Linked to FRNAR 100z – Introduction to Forensic Photography.
#Offered exclusively for World Campus.
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