Forensics Minor

The sequence shown below is a guide only. Courses need not be taken in the sequence or semester shown and some substitutions are possible.

To obtain this minor, students must complete 10 credits of core Forensics Sciences courses (ENTM 21800, ENTM 31800, and ENTM 41800) plus an additional 9 credits of course work as shown from the list below:

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
Required core courses:
ENTM 21800 (Fall) Introduction to Forensic Science 3
ENTM 31800* (Spring) Criminalistics/Lab 4
ENTM 41800* (Fall) Advanced Criminalistics/Lab 3
Total: 10
   
9 Additional Credits from this list:
ANTH 33600 Human Variation 3
ANTH 42500 Anthropological Archaeology 3
ANTH 53400 Human Osteology 3
AGRY 33500 Weather and Climate 3
BCHM 30700 Biochemistry 2
BCHM 30900 Biochemistry Lab 2
BIOL 20200 Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
BIOL 20400 Human Anatomy and Physiology 4
BIOL 23100 Cell Structure and Function 3
BIOL 23200 Cell Structure Lab 2
BIOL 24100 Genetics 3
BIOL 24200 Genetics Lab 2
BIOL 22100 Microbiology 4
CHM 22400 Quantitative/Analytical Chemistry 4
CHM 25700 Organic Chemistry 4
CHM 25700 Organic Chemistry Lab 1
ENTM 20600 General Entomology 2
ENTM 20700 General Entomology Lab 1
ENTM 21000 Introduction to Insect Behavior 3
ENTM 29500 Forensic Entomology & Taphonomy 2
ENTM 33500 Introduction to Insect Identification 4
ENTM 55100 Insect Physiology and Biochemistry 3
ENTM 59500 Forensic Digital Imaging 2
ENTM 59500 Forensic Lasers and Alternate Light sources 2
HSCI 33200 Hematology 2
HSCI 33300 Immunology for Medical Technology 2
HSCI 56000 Toxicology 3
PSY 23500 Child Psychology 3
PSY 24000 Introduction to Social Psychology 3
PSY 33300 Motivation 3
PSY 35000 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 41100 Psychology and Law 3
PSY 44400 Human Sexual Behavior 3
PSY 53500 Psychology of Death and Dying 3
SOC 32400 Criminology 3
SOC 32800 Criminal Justice 3
SOC 35600 Hate and Violence 3
SOC 41900 Sociology of Law 3
SOC 42600 Social Deviance and Control 3
SOC 45400 Family Violence 3
PHYS 21800/21900 or PHYS 22000/22100 General Physics I and II total 8
CGT 11600 Geometric Modeling For Visualization And Communication 2
CGT 21100 Raster Imaging for Computer Graphics 3
CGT 24100 Introduction to Computer Animation 3
CGT 26200 Introduction to Construction Graphics 3
CGT 34000 Digital Lighting and Rendering for Computer Animation 3
 
* Note grade requirements:
  • ENTM 31800 – Criminalistics: Pre-requisite ENTM 21800 WITH A MINIMUM GRADE OF C
  • ENTM 41800 - Advanced Forensic Science Lecture/Lab: Pre-requisite ENTM 31800 WITH A MINIMUM GRADE OF C
 

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