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The Forensic Science academic program includes core courses in Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Biology. Elective courses are available from these departments and the Departments of Criminal Justice, Physics, Earth Sciences, and Psychology. M.S. and Ph.D degrees are also available in these departments. Two multidisciplinary academic programs are based out of the Chemistry Department, and undergraduate Forensic Science Certificate and a Master of Science in Forensic Science.

There are two options for enrollment:


LEARN AT OUR LAB:

Traditional programs are available on the University Park Campus located in Miami for undergraduate and graduate students who prefer to enroll in the resident program at FIU.


LEARN AT YOUR LAB:

FIU's e-learning option allows practicing forensic professionals to study at their own convenience, logging on to the course at any time from any remote location. Students using computers across the U.S. and around the world participate in academically rigorous, web-based instruction and interact directly with faculty and fellow students. Admission to graduate e-learning courses requires that students (1) be employed in a forensic lab and (2) have permission to use the laboratory facility for research. The three core courses for the M.S. in Forensic Science will be offered in a fully online format starting with the fall 2001 term. Elective courses are also available online. Some courses require a face-to-face meeting in Miami for hands-on experience with faculty and area professionals. Undergraduate e-learning courses are open to students who meet the pre-requisites for the undergraduate Certificate in Forensic Science.

 

College of Continuing and Professional Studies

Students may register for workshops, seminars, and trainings via the College of Continuing and Professional Studies. The MAster of Science in Fornesic Science is a fully online program that students all ove the world may enter and participate. This program is tailored for working professionals that like to continue their education without interrrupting their professional carreers. Please visit http://caps.fiu.edu/ for more information on the program.