The Chemistry Department also offers a forensic chemistry certificate, which is available to all students (not just chemistry majors). In order to qualify for the certificate, students need to take the following courses:
|CHM 411*||Instrumental Analysis||4 cr hrs|
|CHM 417||Forensic Chemistry||3 cr hrs||NEW|
|CHM 455||Biotechnology Techniques||4 cr hrs|
|SOC 250||Intro. to Criminology||3 cr hrs|
|CHM 496||Forensics Internship||3 cr hrs||NEW|
*CHM 411, Instrumental Analysis, requires General Chemistry I and II (CHM 261 and 262) and Analytical Chemistry (CHM 311) as prerequisites.
CHM 496, Forensics Internship, is an off-campus experience in which students serve as interns in a forensics laboratory. Arrangements for placement are made by the department chair and the chemistry undergraduate advisor. For additional information, contact the Chemistry Department.