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The Department of Forensic Sciences offers graduate degree programs through Columbian College of Arts and Sciences. The following courses are available to undergraduates.

2103-4 Introduction to Forensic Sciences (3-3) Staff
  Topics in the application of science to the criminal justice system, including personal identification, analysis of drugs, forms of trace evidence, identification of biological fluids, forensic pathology, and forensic toxicology. Prerequisite: two semesters of a laboratory science other than astronomy and permission of instructor.
2190 Topics in Forensic Sciences (3) Staff
  Prerequisite: Any combination of two courses from BiSc 1005-6 or Chem 1003-4 or equivalent and junior standing.

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