The interdisciplinary forensic studies minor is designed to provide a background in criminal investigation, criminal evidence, and criminalistics. However, those students specifically interested in working in a forensic (crime) laboratory should also consider majoring in biology and/or chemistry.
If you have additional questions, contact Dr. Tod Burke, the Forensic Studies Coordinator and Associate Dean of the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (email@example.com or 540-831-5149).
Interdisciplinary Minor in Forensic Studies requirements
Regardless of major, students may complete 18 hours of interdisciplinary coursework to earn an interdisciplinary minor in forensic studies. Select one of the following links, based on your catalog year: