The Multidisciplinary BS (Forensic Science Concentration)* is an appropriate degree for students considering a career in a forensic lab (State, Federal or Private) or an advanced degree in a related forensic sciences field. The degree track provides students with a broad education in chemistry with additional topics from biology, criminal justice and anthropology designed to supplement the skills required in a forensic laboratory setting. Many of the required major courses may be replaced with courses that cover the same topics at a more advanced level. For example CHEM 3950, CHEM 3960 may be taken instead of CHEM 3850, CHEM3851. Interested students should contact the director of the program, Dr. Anthony Kennedy (582 Science & Technology Building or email@example.com) for more information. Details about the multidisciplinary program are available in the University Undergraduate Catalog (http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/registrar/catalog.cfm).
* Offered through the BS Multidisciplinary Program