Forensic Investigation (Master of Applied Science, M.A.S.)
|CRJ 500||Death Investigation||3|
|CRJ 560||Administration, Planning, and Ethics||3|
|CRJ 570||Criminal Investigative Methods||3|
|CRJ 600||Criminal Law, Evidence and Legal Procedures||3|
|CRJ 610||Courtroom Testimony and Procedure||3|
|CRJ 640||Computer Forensics||3|
|CRJ 695||Forensic Capstone||2|
|Select twelve credit hours from the following courses, at least six credit hours must be 600 level||12|
|Auditing for Fraud|
|Crime Scene Investigation|
|Bloodstain Pattern Analysis in Violent Crimes|
|Forensic Anthropology for Law Enforcement|
|Human Remains: Search, Recovery, and Identification|
|Profiling and Behavioral Analysis|
CRJ 596-599: Special Topics
|Forensic Photography and Crime Scene Investigation|
|Analysis of Biological Evidence|
|Analysis of Physical Evidence|
|Internet Commerce Fraud and Investigation|
|Advanced Research Methods|
|Research and Publication|
CRJ 696-699: Special Topics
|Total Credit Hours||32|
- Filing of an approved Application for Graduation.
- Satisfactory completion of all required coursework as listed on the approved Program of Study.
- Earn a minimum overall GPA of 3.0, with no more than 6 credit hours of C in all required coursework.
- Completion of at least 32 credit hours of the program of study.
- 17 of the 32 total credit hours must be taken at the 600 level.