FOR 180 - Forensic Science InternshipSemester Hours: 3
Fall, January, Spring, Summer
Students will spend a minimum of 200 hours, typically during the summer between their junior and senior years, in an approved forensic laboratory. The internship provides students with “real-life” experiences in the field of forensic science, and allows them to apply techniques learned in the classroom to actual criminal investigations. Internship opportunities are arranged and coordinated on an individual basis by the director of the forensic science program. The students’ grades will depend on written assignments and on their site supervisors’ evaluations. No credit toward the BS degree in forensic science is awarded until FOR 180 is satisfactorily completed.
BIO 012 ; CHEM 105 , 109 , 135 , 137 ; FOR 120 ; or permission of instructor. No liberal arts credit.
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