Forensic Science Minor
The interdisciplinary minor in Forensic Science is an 18-credit minor that presents a broad, integrated view of the various sub-disciplines in forensic science.
The minor is jointly sponsored by the Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Psychology, and Sociology departments. Please contact Dr. Valerie Andrushko in the Department of Anthropology (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions or if you are interested in declaring the minor.
The minor is composed of one required course (ANT 252: Introduction to Forensic Science) and five courses from the following list:
ANT 322 - Forensic Anthropology
ANT 352 - Crime Scene Investigation
ANT 442 - Advanced Forensic Anthropology
BIO 205 - Forensic Biology
CHE 103 - Crime Scene Chemistry
PSY 492 - Psychology and Law
SOC 362 - Criminology
Valerie Andrushko, coordinator
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Phone: (203) 392-5687