Loyola University Maryland

Forensic Studies

Courses

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Courses Offered

  • BL 101 Introduction to Forensic Science (4 credits)
  • BL 322 Synthetic Biology with lab (5 credits)
  • BL 341 Molecular Genetics with lab (5 credits)
  • BL 351 Forensic Entomology with lab (5 credits)
  • BL 472 Seminar: Bioterrorism (3 credits)
  • CH 201 Quantitative Analysis (4 credits)
  • CH 410/411 Instrumental Methods (4 credits)
  • EG 381 Engineering Probability and Statistics
  • IS 358 Business Intelligence and Date Mining (3 credits)
  • MA 251 Calculus I (4 credits)
  • MA 252 Calculus II (4 credits)
  • PL 333 Philosophy of Law (3 credits)
  • PL 349 Security Ethics (3 credits)
  • PY 418 Special Topics in Psychology: Forensic Psychology (3 credits)
  • PY 419 Advanced Special Topics Research in Psychology: Forensic Psychology (3 credits)
  • PY 420 Applications in Psychology: Forensic Psychology (3 credits)
  • SC 332 Sociology of Crime and Criminals (3 credits)
  • SC 333 Juvenile Delinquency (3 credits)
  • SC 367 Criminal Justice (3 credits)
  • SC 434 Seminar: Women and Deviance (3 credits)
  • ST 210 Introduction to Statistics (3 credits)
  • ST 265 Biostatistics (3 credits)/EG 381 Probability and Statistics

Capstone Course

FS 300 Forensic Studies Experience

    .01 Biology
    .02 Chemistry
    .03 Computer Science
    .04 Engineering
    .05 Information Systems and Operations Management
    .06 Mathematics and Statistics
    .07 Physics
    .08 Psychology
    .09 Sociology

Restrictions

  • Students majoring in biology, chemistry, and sociology may count only one departmental course in both their major and the forensic studies minor.
  • Only one elective course completed at another institution, including through study abroad, at a consortia school, or non-affiliated institutions, may count toward the minor.