General Program Requirements:
Number of Credits Required Beyond the Baccalaureate: 32
|CHEM 5102||Data Analysis and Evidence||2|
|CHEM 5108||Investigative Chemistry||4|
|CHEM 8001||Leadership, Law and Ethics in Forensic Science||3|
|CHEM 8107||Advanced Forensic Chemistry||3|
|CHEM 8310||Special Topics in Analytical Chemistry (two terms/two topics)||6|
|CHEM 8601||Analytical Separations||3|
|CHEM 9800||Seminar in Forensic Chemistry (two terms)||2|
|CHEM 9991||Master's Research Projects||3|
|PS 8007||Applied Biopharmaceutics||3|
|PS 8111||Introduction to Toxicology||3|
|Total Credit Hours||32|
All graduate-level courses must be passed with a "B-" or better.
Attendance at scheduled departmental colloquia is required.
The internship involves a significant project completed in an approved forensic laboratory. As part of the culminating event of the Forensic Chemistry P.S.M., students will present project results at the final Seminar in Forensic Chemistry (CHEM 9800).