Loyola University Maryland

Forensic Studies

Courses

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Courses Offered

  • BL 101 Intro Forensic Science
  • BL 322 Synthetic Biology w/lab
  • BL 341 Molecular Genetics w/lab
  • BL 351 Forensic Entomology w/lab
  • BL 355 Forensic Biology
  • BL 428 Bioterrorism
  • BL 473 Special Topics in Forensic
  • CH 201 Quantitative Analysis
  • CH 410/411 Instrumental Methods
  • CH 431/433 Biochemistry I w/lab
  • CL 327 Volcanoes, Fire and Flood: Disasters of Ancient Rome 
  • CS 115 Intro. to Comp. with Digital Forensics 
  • EC 320 The Political Economy
  • EC 330 Law and Economics
  • EG 381 Engineering Prob. & Statistics  
  • HS 330 Crime and Punishment in Modern Europe 
  • HS 353 History of Violence in America 
  • HS 382 Crime and Punishment in Latin America 
  • IS 358 Business Intelligence and Data Mining 
  • LW 103 Law and the City: Planning, Politics and Justice 
  • LW 104 Criminal Law and Society 
  • LW 109 Business, Law and Society 
  • MA 251 Calculus I 
  • MA 252 Calculus II 
  • PH 383 Physics and Medicine 
  • PH 384 Waves and the Physics of Medicine 
  • PL 333 Philosophy of Law 
  • PL 332 Security Ethics 
  • PT 270 Basic Digital Photography 
  • PT 361 Digital Image 
  • SC 205 Social Problems 
  • SC 330 Forensics 
  • SC 331 Deviance and Social Control 
  • SC 332 Sociology of Crime and Criminals 
  • SC 333 Juvenile Delinquency 
  • SC 367 Criminal Justice 
  • SC 434 Seminar: Women and Deviance 
  • SC 435 Seminar: Forensic Sociology 
  • ST 210 Intro to Statistics 
  • ST 265 Biostatistics 
  • ST 385 Probability and Statistics 
  • TH 368 Fundamental Questions of Morality 
  • WR 301 Writing About Science 
  • WR 325 Rhetoric of Professional Writing 
  • WR 326 Technical Writing 

Available Capstone Courses

  • BL 498 Forensic Studies Experience
  • CH 498 Forensic Studies Experience
  • EG 490 Forensic Studies Experience
  • PH 498 Forensic Studies Experience
  • PY 418 Special Topics in Psychology: Forensic Psychology
  • PY 419 Advanced Special Topics Research in Psychology: Forensic Psychology
  • SC 498 Forensic Studies Experience
Students must make arrangements with department chair, academic advisor and/or director of forensic studies program for enrollment into a capstone course.  

Note:  Students should ordinarily begin planning capstone courses with by January of junior year.