Take your first step toward a career in forensic medicine and apply today for our
pathway or graduate program. Applicants who lack coursework in the core sciences (biology,
chemistry, anatomy and physiology) may enroll in our pathway program to receive the preparation necessary to enter the Master of Science (MS) in Forensic Medicine program.
How do I apply to PCOM's forensic medicine programs?
- Review PCOM's application requirements for the forensic medicine programs.
- Submit your application through GradCAS, a centralized application service.
Once your application is received by our admissions staff, you will be contacted via
email with a confirmation of receipt along with reminders of the appropriate steps
to complete the admissions process. For details, see the admissions requirements section
of the application requirements page.
The forensic medicine pathway program is a 10-week, online summer course in general biology, and human anatomy and physiology.
Upon successfully completion of the program, students may advance to the Master of Science (MS) in Forensic Medicine program.
What courses will I take as a forensic medicine student?
MS program courses may include:
- Principles of forensic medicine
- Law and evidentiary procedure
Visit our course sequence page for additional information.
How long does it take to complete the Master of Science in Forensic Medicine degree
The 20-credit program takes approximately 24 months to complete.
Visit our frequently asked questions page for more information.
DOWNLOAD PROGRAM BROCHURE
For the 2019-2020 academic year, tuition for the forensic medicine pathway and MS
programs is $911 per credit.
The comprehensive school fee for the summer and fall terms is $188 per term; the comprehensive
school fee for the winter and spring terms is $187 per term.
Visit the Bursar's Office pages for additional tuition and billing details.