FS 499 - Directed Research in Forensic Science
Independent research for motivated students under the direction of a faculty member of the department or a mentor who is a forensic science professional or person with significant experience and background in forensic science. Provides experience in principles and process of the scientific method and investigative research. Student and faculty/mentor must plan a project prior to the semester in which the research is to begin. The project is expected to be defined and submitted in writing for approval by the director of forensic science prior to registration in the course.
Prerequisites & Notes
(Prerequisites: FS 201, and either BS 104 or BS 131, and either CH 102/104 or CH 112/114, and either PY 202 or PY 212, and MA 102, and permission of mentor, student’s major dept. chair, and director of forensic science program)
(Note: course is repeatable for credit)
Credits: 1 to 6