Forensic Sciences: Forensic Document Examination, MS

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

Total Hours: 39 Hours

Required Courses
FRNS 5013Survey of Forensic Sciences3
FRNS 5023Questioned Document Examination3
FRNS 5033Theory and Practice of Forensic Handwriting Examination3
FRNS 5043Technical Aspects of Forensic Document Examination3
FRNS 5053The Historical Aspects of Forensic Document Examination3
FRNS 5063Ethical Research and Scientific Writing3
FRNS 5073Quality Assurance in Forensic Science3
FRNS 5613Criminalistics and Evidence Analysis3
FRNS 5653The Law and Expert Evidence3
FRNS 5980Non-Thesis Creative Component in Forensic Sciences3
Hours Subtotal30
Electives
Select 9 hours from the following:9
Thesis Research & Seminar
Ethics in Forensic Leadership
Internship in Forensic Sciences
Molecular Biology for the Forensic Scientist
Population Genetics for the Forensic Scientist
Methods in Forensic Sciences
Forensic Microbiology
Forensic Pathology and Medicine
Forensic Osteology and Anthropology
Forensic Bioscience
Forensic Toxicology
Drug Toxicity
Advanced Forensic Toxicology
Crime Scene Laboratory and Moot Court Experience
Forensic Psychology
Advanced Forensic Psychology
Forensic Victimology
Forensic Science Seminar
Criminal Profiling
Forensic Management and Organizational Development
Forensic Problem Solving through Applied Research
Forensic Statistics
Directed Readings in Forensic Sciences
Special Topics in Forensic Sciences
Hours Subtotal9
Total Hours39

Additional Forensic Sciences: Forensic Document Examination Requirements

  • 16 hours of Professional Seminar
  • Comprehensive Exam

Graduate College Master's Program Requirements

Learn more about Graduate College 2020-2021 Master’s Degree Program Requirements. Check the General Graduate College academic regulations for minimal GPA, language proficiency and other general requirements.