The program is designed for individuals who have an undergraduate degree and background
in the sciences.
The curriculum consists of one year of didactic (face-to-face classroom) coursework
that meets one weekend per month followed by a year of online coursework as well as
a capstone project.
Coursework includes forensic pathology, research design and methodology, law and evidentiary
procedure and principles of forensic medicine.
Classes during the first year (August-May) will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Online classes begin in the summer of the second year.
For additional details, view the course sequence for the Master of Science in Forensic Medicine Program.
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