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Program requirements consist of 41-43 credit hours. Core courses provide the student with the knowledge and skills required of crime laboratory analysts; elective courses, coupled with research experience, provide training in more specialized areas such as microspectrophotometry, firearm examination, microscopy and molecular biology, questioned documents.
Additional information. Students, who enroll for the first time at the College in September 2008 or thereafter, must complete the program in the form presented in this bulletin. Students, who enrolled prior to that date and have consistently maintained matriculation, may choose the form shown here or the version of the program in place at their time of enrollment.
All students are required to write a thesis. There are no alternatives.