Schedule and Curriculum

Please refer to the  Academic Catalog for course descriptions.

Fall 2016

Foundations of Criminalistics

Biological and Chemical Evidence
3 credits

Science and the Law
3 credits

Spring 2017

Impression and Trace Evidence
3 credits

Forensics Casework Practicum
4 credits

LL.M. Seminar - Part 1
2 credits

Summer 2017

Analytical Methods for Lawyers
3 credits

Seminar - Part 2
2 credits

Forensic and Expert Evidence
4 credits


Fall 2017

August 16 - December 6

Foundations of Criminalistics - FIS 501
Full semester - 3 credits

Biological and Chemical Evidence - FIS 592C
2nd half of the semester - 3 credits

Forensic Quality Assurance - FIS 480
1st half of the semester - 2 credits

Spring 2018

January 8-April 30

Forensics Casework Practicum - FIS 620/LAW
Full semester - 3 credits

Science and the Law - LAW 688D
1st half of the semester - 3 credits

Impression and Trace Evidence - FIS 514
2nd half of the semester - 3 credits

Summer 2018

May 14 - Aug 3

Foerensic and Expert Evidence - LAW 661
Full semester 4 credits

LL.M. Seminar(part 2) - Foundational Principles
1st half of the semester - 2 credits

Analytical Methods for Lawyers - LAW 712
2nd half od the semester - 3 credits

Fall 2018

Dates to be announced

LL.M. Seminar(part 1) Hot Topics
1st half of the semester - 2 credits

Forensic Ethics Class - FIS 592G
1st half of the semester - 2 credits


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