Forensic Science Laboratory Sciences
We prepare students for the pursuit of advanced degrees in Forensic and Biological Sciences, including meeting Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental requirements. Typical science degrees focus on natural sciences in laboratory settings; however, this program involves the laboratory analysis of evidence that is admissible in courts of law. Hilbert combines both with a strong emphasis on chain of custody, legal precedents, sociology of crime and expert witness testimony in relation to the analysis of physical evidence.
The baccalaureate degree coursework includes biology, chemistry, physics, statistics, cell and molecular biology, population genetics, laws and rules of evidence and moot court. This background promotes a stronger more precise relationship between the scientific lab responsible for analysis of evidence and its relation to the criminal justice system through reliable, objective forensic DNA information used as evidence at trials. Such coursework is embedded within a well-balanced liberal arts-based scientific bachelor’s degree. Students receive with the most current technological knowledge and practical applications in DNA analysis.
Program is rooted in laboratory sciences and fulfills the requirements for pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy, pre-veterinary, DNA analysis, and more
Over 400 classroom hours of hands-on training and laboratory practice.
Expert Faculty with real-world experience in the field.
Internships with forensic labs, law enforcement agencies and more.
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