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Forensic Science - Chemistry
The B.S. Forensic Science - Chemistry degree at the Forensic Science Institute combines a degree in Forensic Science with a degree in Chemistry. This program is FEPAC accredited. The block of specialized instruction in forensic science includes Forensic Chemistry & Lab, Forensic Microscopy & Lab, and Forensic Toxicology & Lab. These courses along with additional courses in Crime Scene Processing, Criminal Procedures, and a comprehensive curriculum in Chemistry prepares the student to enter a graduate degree program or a training program in a forensic or chemistry laboratory.
To complete the program, you have to complete another major in addition to 32 hours in the Forensic Science undergraduate program. You can earn either a dual degree or, if you already have a Bachelor's degree, you can earn the Chemistry degree by completing the 32 hours in our program.
Scholarships & Tuition Waivers
The Forensic Science Institute offers a limited number of scholarships and assistantships to Forensic Science students. Students may begin applying for scholarships the spring semester of their first year to be applied the following school year.
Forensic Science - Chemistry career opportunities include:
- Forensic Chemist
- Forensic Toxicologist
- Forensic Laboratory technician
- Analytical Laboratory technician
- Crime Scene Investigator
- Entry into a law enforcement academy
- Forensic Pathologist (after completion of medical school)
Take advantage of these opportunities at UCO and in the Metro which may spark your interest and even boost your resume.