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majors_minors: Forensic Sciences

Title

Forensic Sciences

Degree Level

Minor

Minor Code

FRSC

Advisor's Name

Trevor Stamper Ph.D.

Advisor's Phone

(765) 494-1262

Advisor's Email

stampert@purdue.edu

Information

Departmental permission is not required to enroll in this minor.

Credit Hours

19

Description

REQUIRED COURSES:

(3) ENTM 21800 (Introduction to Forensic Science)

(4) ENTM 31800 (Criminalistics)

(3) ENTM 41800 (Advanced Criminalistics)

 

SELECTIVE COURSES:

Nine credits must be completed from the following courses.

(3) AGRY 32000 (Genetics)
(1) AGRY 32100 (Genetics Lab)

(3) AGRY 33500 (Weather and Climate)

(3) ANTH 30500 (Ethnographic Methods)
(3) ANTH 31000 (Mortuary Practices Across Cultures)

(3) ANTH 33600 (Human Variation)

(3) ANTH 42500 (Anthropological Archaeology)

(3) ANTH 42800 (Field Methods in Archaeology)
(3) ANTH 43600 (Human Evolution)

(3) ANTH 53400 (Human Osteology)

(3) ANTH 53500 (Foundations of Biological Anthropology)
(3) ANTH 58900 (Archaeology and Materials Science)
(3) ANTH 59200 (Advanced Human Osteology)
(3) BCHM 22100 (Analytical Biochemistry)

(3) BCHM 30700 (Biochemistry)

(1) BCHM 30900 (Biochemistry Laboratory)

(2) BCHM 32200 (Analytical Biochemistry)
(3) BCHM 56100 (General Biochemistry I)
(3) BCHM 56200 (General Biochemistry II)

(4) BIOL 20300 (Human Anatomy and Physiology)

(4) BIOL 20400 (Human Anatomy and Physiology lab)

(4) BIOL 22100 (Introduction to Microbiology)

(3) BIOL 23100 (Biology III: Cell Structure and Function)

(2) BIOL 23200 (Laboratory in Biology III: Cell Structure and Function)

(3) BIOL 24100 (Biology IV: Genetics and Molecular Biology)

(2) BIOL 24200 (Laboratory in Biology IV: Genetics and Molecular Biology)

(3) BIOL 30100 (Human Design: Anatomy and Physiology)
(3) BIOL 30200 (Human Design:  Anatomy and Physiology lab)
(2) BIOL 41500 (Introduction to Molecular Biology)

(3) BIOL 43800 (General Microbiology)
(2) BIOL 43900 (General Microbiology Laboratory)
(3) BIOL 44400 (Human Genetics)
(3) BIOL 47800 (Introduction to Bioinformatics)

(3) BIOL 49500 (Biological & Structural Aspects of Drug Design & Action)
(3) BIOL 58000 (Evolution)
(3) BIOL 53300 (Medical Microbiology)
(3) CNIT 42000 (Basic Cyber Forensics)
(3) CNIT 45500 (Network Security)
(3) CNIT 45600 (Wireless Security & Management)
(3) CNIT 51100 (Foundations in Homeland Security Studies)
(3) CNIT 51200 (Managing Resources and Applications for Homeland Security)
(2) CNIT 55700 (Advanced Research Topics in Cyber Forensics)

(4) CHM 22400 (Introductory Quantitative Analysis)

(4) CHM 25700 (Organic Chemistry)

(1) CHM 25701 (Organic Chemistry Laboratory)

(2) ENTM 20600 (General Entomology)

(1) ENTM 20700 (General Entomology Laboratory)

(3) ENTM 21000 (Introduction to Insect Behavior)

(4) ENTM 33500 (Introduction to Insect Identification)

(3) ENTM 33900 (Professional Experience Programs in Entomology)
(3) ENTM 50600 (Advanced Insect Taxonomy)
(3) ENTM 51000 (Insect Pest Management)
(3) ENTM 52100 (Urban & Industrial Insect Management)
(3) ENTM 52500 (Medical & Veterinary Entomology)
(3) ENTM 52600 (Urban & Industrial Vertebrate Management)

(3) ENTM 55100 (Insect Physiology and Biochemistry)

(3) FNR 24100 (Ecology & Systematics of Fishes & Mammals)
(1) FNR 24200 (Ecology & Systematics of Fishes & Mammals lab)
(3) FNR 25100 (Ecology & Systematics of Amphibians, Reptiles and Birds)
(1) FNR 25200 (Ecology & Systematics of Amphibians, Reptiles and Birds lab)
(3) FNR 30500 (Conservation Genetics)
(3) FNR 31100 (Wood Structure, Identification and Properties)
(3) FNR 34100 (Wildlife Habitat Management)

(2) HSCI 33200 (Introduction to Hematology)

(2) HSCI 33300 (Introduction to Immunology)

(3) HSCI 56000 (Toxicology)

(4) PHYS 17200 (Modern Mechanics)

(4) PHYS 21800 (General Physics)

(4) PHYS 21900 (General Physics II)

(4) PHYS 22000 (General Physics)

(4) PHYS 22100 (General Physics)

(3) POL 42500 (Environmental Law & Politics)
(3) POL 42800 (Politics of Regulation)
(3) PSY 33500 (Stereotyping & Prejudice)
(3) PSY 42800 (Drugs & Behavior)
(3) PSY 44300 (Aggression & Violence)

(3) PSY 35000 (Abnormal Psychology)

(3) PSY 53500 (Psychology of Death and Dying)

(3) SOC 32400 (Criminology)

(3) SOC 32700 (Crime Deviance & Mass Media)

(3) SOC 32800 (Criminal Justice)

(3) SOC 35600 (Hate and Violence)

(3) SOC 41900 (Sociology of Law)

(3) SOC 42600 (Social Deviance and Control)

(3) SOC 45400 (Family Violence)

 

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