Full time & Part time August MSc, Other Full-time: 2 years; part-time may be available.

About the course

MFS Without Concentration

The Master of Forensic Science teaches students the fundamentals of Forensic Sciences. The degree is FEPAC-accredited. Students gain the skills to understand and interpret a variety of types of physical evidence, including fingerprints, shoe and tire impressions, firearms, fired bullets, cartridge cases and toolmarks.

Focus Areas

Students gain the skills to evaluate and interpret crime scene evidence. These skills are valued by law enforcement agencies, crime labs, coroner's offices, hospitals and courts of law. Graduates also work in the private sector analyzing physical evidence. 

Program Objectives

Students graduate with:

  • Deep knowledge of variety of forms of physical evidence.
  • Mastery of fingerprints, shoe and tire impressions and firearms and tool
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Entry Requirements

An undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university, with a major in a natural science or forensic science.

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