MINORS

MINOR IN FORENSIC SCIENCE

The interdisciplinary forensic science minor is designed to prepare students earning a Bachelor of Science degree in a life science or basic science for an entry-level position in the field of forensic science. In addition, this minor will appeal to students wanting a fundamental knowledge of forensic science who do not want a position as a forensic scientist. The minor provides students with an understanding of the judicial system, procedures for proper collection and preservation of physical evidence, laboratory skills, and knowledge about the methods of analysis of physical evidence. The minor requires a minimum of 18 credits. Students must earn grades of C- or higher in all required and elective courses.

 

MINOR IN MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS

A minor in Medical Diagnostics may be earned by a student in any University bachelor’s degree program through successful completion of a minimum of 15 credits as described below. This minor provides students, especially those preparing for admission to professional schools in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and to graduate programs in related health fields, with the basic knowledge to evaluate and interpret clinical laboratory data. Before beginning these courses, the student must meet the required course prerequisites. Additional courses for satisfying the requirements for the minor may be approved by the Department. A minimum of C- is required in all courses completed for the minor.

 

MINOR IN MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS

The Molecular Diagnostics minor is designed to assist students earning a Bachelor of Science degree in such majors as: Animal and Food Sciences, Food Science, Ecology, Environmental Science, Earth Science Education, Geological Sciences, Marine Science, Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Neuroscience, Medical Diagnostics, Exercise Science, and Nutritional Sciences, for an entry-level position in a laboratory utilizing molecular diagnostic techniques. 

 

RECEIVE A CERTIFICATE IN MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS

This program is a hybrid online and on-campus post-baccalaureate certificate program. The courses are designed for the mature medical laboratory scientist working in the clinical laboratory, in addition to the fields of forensics, biotechnology, and pharmaceutics. The information presented in each course will provide scientists with the opportunity to update their skills and knowledge, allowing them to meet the increasing demands of modern molecular biology theory and application.

 MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCES

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