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Forensic Studies

Minor Requirements for the Class of 2025 and Forward

The minor in forensic studies consists of six courses, one required course and five electives from a variety of disciplines across campus. The minor is not open to forensic studies majors.

Requirements for the minor are as follows:

BL 101 - Introduction to Forensic Science with Lab

Social Science Core

Select one course from the following:
PY 101 - Introductory Psychology
SC 100 -Introduction to Sociology

Math/Science Core

Select one course from the following:
BL 118/119 - Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology and Lab
BL 121/126 - Organismal Biology and Lab
EC 220 - Business Statistics
ST 110 - Introduction to Statistical Methods and Data Analysis or
ST 210 - Introduction to Statistics or
ST 265 - Biostatistics


Select three courses from the list of electives.
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