Forensic Arson, Explosives, Firearms, and Toolmarks Investigation, GCRT

Requirements for Students Matriculating in or before Academic Year 2020-2021. Learn more about Graduate College Academic Regulation 7.0.

Total Hours: 12 Hours

Required Hours
Degree Core
Select 6 hours from the following:6
Survey of Forensic Sciences
Ethical Research and Scientific Writing
Quality Assurance in Forensic Science
Criminalistics and Evidence Analysis
The Law and Expert Evidence
Forensic Statistics
Hours Subtotal6
Electives
Select 6 hours from the following:6
The Chemistry of Pyrotechnics
The Chemistry of Explosives
Fire Dynamics in Forensic Investigations
Ordnance Identification and Recognition
Methods in Fire and Explosion Investigation NFPA 921/1033
Explosives Research, Testing and Evaluation Methods
Computer Fire Modeling
Blast Injuries and Effects
Interdisciplinary Post Blast Investigation
Destructive Devices/Explosives: Law and Regulations
Intelligence for Forensic Investigators
Digital and Multimedia Evidence for Investigators
Forensic Psychology
Advanced Forensic Psychology
Circuit Exploitation of Destructive Devices
Building Construction and Fire/Explosion Forensic Examination
Forensic Examination of Fire Protection Systems
Identification of Destructive Device Fuzing Systems
Electrical Theory and Failure Analysis in Forensic Fire Investigations
Firearms and Toolmarks
Special Topics in Forensic Sciences (Forensic Evidence Processing for Post-Blast Investigations)
Special Topics in Forensic Sciences (Advanced Forensic Evidence Processing for Post-Blast Investigations)
Special Topics in Forensic Sciences (Introduction to Digital Evidence)
Special Topics in Forensic Sciences
Special Topics in Forensic Sciences (Forensic Engineering for Investigators)
Special Topics in Forensic Sciences (Forensic Examination of Firearms)
Special Topics in Forensic Sciences (Advanced Forensic Examination of Firearms)
Special Topics in Forensic Sciences (Forensic Examination of Toolmarks)
Special Topics in Forensic Sciences (Advanced Forensic Examination of Toolmarks)
Advanced Fire Dynamics
Advanced Explosion Investigation
Advanced Computer Fire Modeling
Advanced Blast Injuries and Effects
Advanced Destructive Device Circuit Exploitation
Advanced Electrical Theory and Failure Analysis in Forensic Fire Investigations
Hours Subtotal6
Total Hours12

Graduate College Certificate Requirements

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