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M.S. in Forensic Science-Biology/Chemistry

Course Description

The M.S. Forensic Science degree and the M.S. Forensic Science-Biology/Chemistry degree are research-oriented, thesis-required graduate degree programs. Students must complete a minimum of 36 hours of graduate level work including required core courses, electives, and 6 hours of thesis research in their major area.

[[Entry Requirements]]

-Official copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts from each institution attended with all degrees posted. All transcripts must be from accredited institutions. Undergraduate transcripts must show:
-A minimum of 3.0 overall undergraduate GPA
-Completion of nine undergraduate hours and other prerequisites (if any), as determined by the graduate program advisor: FRSC 3043, STAT 2103, and FRSC 2503. These three courses can be taken during the first semester in the program.

-Graduate Record Examination scores. A GRE score of at least 300 on the combined verbal reasoning and quantitative sections and a minimum of 3.0 on the analytical writing section.

-A one-page description of an area of interest in Forensic Science research will be requested from the applicant following initial reviews of the application material.

Entry Requirements

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