Master of Forensic Sciences in the Field of Forensic Toxicology
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
The following requirements must be fulfilled:
The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate Programs.
37 credits, including 34 credits in required courses, 3 credits in elective courses selected in consultation with the advisor, and successful completion of a master's comprehensive examination.
|FORS 6004||Fundamentals of Forensic Science I|
|FORS 6005||Fundamentals of Forensic Science II|
|FORS 6020||Ethics, Professional Responsibility, and Quality Assurance|
|FORS 6210||Advanced Instrumental Analysis|
|FORS 6224||Criminal Law for Forensic Scientists|
|FORS 6225||Statistics for Forensic Scientists|
|FORS 6232||Analytical Toxicology|
|FORS 6234||Medicinal Chemistry I|
|FORS 6235||Medicinal Chemistry II|
|FORS 6236||Forensic Toxicology I|
|FORS 6237||Forensic Toxicology II|
|FORS 6292||Graduate Seminar (taken twice) *|
|3 credits in elective courses selected in consultation with the departmental advisor.|
|Successful completion of an independent research project.|
|Successful completion of a master’s comprehensive examination.|
|*Students must register for FORS 6292 in their first semester and again during or after completion of the required independent research project.|