1 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE WITH FORENSIC SCIENCE CERTIFICATION *UNT Chemistry Building The University of North Texas Forensic Science Program received its accreditation from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) in Our faculty for the Forensic Science certification courses come from diverse forensic science backgrounds and specialties. We provide state of the art instruments and methodology in the instruction of our forensic science laboratory courses. Our instructors carry out many forensic science research projects for students to gain practical experience as well as opportunities for publications. *Dr. Teresa Golden is the Director of our Forensic Science Program at UNT For more information, contact: Forensic Science Program Office University of North Texas 1155 Union Circle, # Denton, TX (940) Website: *Lab instructor Angie Ambers, former Forensic DNA Analyst, teaching Forensic Molecular Biology lab.
2 ABOUT OUR PROGRAM FORENSIC SCIENCE CERTIFICATION COURSES The University of North Texas Forensic Science Program is a natural science undergraduate accredited forensic science programs located in Texas. Our accreditation is through the Forensic Science Education Program Accreditation Commission of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. The undergraduate program in Forensic Science at the University of North Texas offers a strong curriculum based on the natural sciences that has been in place for over 50 years. In addition, the Forensic Science Program has well defined goals that are supported by the forensic based coursework that forms the core of the program. Overall, the Forensic Science curriculum ensures that each student: Obtains a thorough grounding in the natural sciences, Builds upon this background by taking a series of more advanced science classes, and Develops, through course work and laboratory-based instruction, an appreciation of issues specific to forensic science. COURSEWORK The Forensic Science Program is made up of three tracks including a Bachelor of Science in Biology, a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, and a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. The B.S. in Biology includes a chemistry minor and the B.S. in Chemistry and Biochemistry include a biology minor. Each degree requires credit hours with over 50 advanced hours in the sciences. A Forensic Science certificate is awarded with the completion of each degree. The Forensic Science Program offers forensic science coursework that covers the following topics: courtroom testimony, introduction to law, quality assurance, ethics, professional practice, evidence identification, collection, processing, and a survey of forensic science as well as classes in forensic chemistry, forensic biology, physical methods, and forensic microscopy. Forensic science internships and research opportunities are also required of students in the Forensic Science Program. Introduction to Criminalistics Criminal Investigation Biomedical Criminalistics Forensic Molecular Biology Forensic Microscopy Instrumental Analysis Forensic Chemistry Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice Forensic Internship INTERNSHIPS Internships are a great way to become involved and gain experience in forensic science while still taking courses, whether it is doing research or working in a crime laboratory. Several internships are available for students to develop hands on experience and gain valuable skills in their particular field. Internship opportunities include, but are not limited to: Forensic Chemistry Labs Forensic DNA/Genetics Labs Crime Labs Forensic Toxicology Forensic Anthropology Forensic Microscopy Crime Scene Investigations The undergraduate degree is considered to be an interdisciplinary degree and has associated with it extensive laboratory work in both biology and chemistry, regardless of the core track.
3 Forensic Science Program Director 1155 Union Circle # Denton, TX Tel: (940) Fax: (940) Dear Sir or Madam: Thanks for your recent inquiry about our Forensic Science Program at the University of North Texas (UNT). We are enclosing our program application form and degree requirements for the Chemistry, Biology, or Biochemistry options. You are also invited to visit our website at which provides many of the answers you requested. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about our program. We will be happy to assist you. Thank you again for your interest in our program and hope to hear from you soon. Sincerely, Forensic Science Program Director Encl.
4 The University of North Texas is proud to offer an exciting new program that prepares students with the knowledge and experience needed to establish a career in Forensic Science. This undergraduate degree combines the Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry, Biology, or Biochemistry with extensive interdisciplinary applications, providing students with the tools needed to thrive in this stimulating field. For more information about this program Visit our website at Visit the Forensic Science Office on campus in CHEM 207B, Or us at
5 How to apply to the Forensic Science Program: 1. Choose a major in biology, chemistry, or biochemistry. 2. Fill out an application. The application can be downloaded from the Admissions tab on our website at or picked up in the Forensic Science Program Office located in the Chemistry Building, Room 207B. 3. Return the application to the Forensic Science Program Office by fax ( ), mail (Forensic Science Program Director, UNT, 1155 Union Circle #30507, Denton, Texas, 76203), or in person (Chemistry 207B). 4. You will be contacted to schedule an appointment to interview with the Forensic Science Program Director, Dr. Golden. The interview typically lasts 30 min to 1 hour. 5. If accepted into the program, set up an appointment for degree plan advising with the Forensic Science Program Director and the appropriate departmental advisor. This must be done each semester until graduation. 6. To continue in the program, students must maintain an acceptable grade point average (2.75) and high grades in the forensic science courses and in organic chemistry. Note: Applications are accepted each fall and spring semester. Please check our website for current application deadlines.
6 FORENSIC SCIENCE CERTIFICATION COURSES The FORENSIC SCIENCE CERTIFICATE consists of courses covering topics in Forensic science. This certificate includes courses in the Biology, Chemistry, and Criminal Justice departments at UNT. The courses and course descriptions required for the certificate are: CJUS 3330 Introduction to Criminalistics. 3 hours. Overview of the field of criminalistics, with a focus on the recognition, collection, preservation and analysis of physical evidence. Introduction to topics such as fingerprint examination, trace evidence analysis and firearm examination. Prerequisite for more advanced criminalistics courses. Prerequisite(s): CJUS 2100 or equivalent, or consent of instructor. CJUS 4360 Criminal Investigation. 3 hours. The study of methods of obtaining and reporting information from the crime scene, victims, witnesses and suspects. Specific attention is given to investigation of index crimes (homicide, rape, robbery, assault, burglary, arson, motor vehicle theft and larceny). Prerequisite(s): CJUS 2100, CJUS 3201 and CJUS 3300 or equivalents. BIOL 3331 Biomedical Criminalistics. 3 hours. Survey of the various forensic sciences with emphasis on direct examination of human remains and directly related biological evidence; e.g. anthropology, pathology, odontology. Students learn how cases arise, i.e. how remains are located, recovered and processed. Supporting biological, clinical and physical sciences will also be covered; e.g. toxicology, entomology, DNA science, forensic geology/palynology and remote sensing. Prerequisite(s): CJUS 3330 or consent of department. BIOL 4240 Forensic Microscopy. 3 hours. Introduction to microscopic analysis with emphasis on the fundamentals necessary for identification and characterization of trace evidence materials such as glass, hair, fibers, explosives, soil, paint, and biological samples. Prerequisite(s): successful completion of a minimum of 60 semester hours; 8 hours organic chemistry; CJUS 3330; BIOL 3331; BIOL 3451/3452, and admission to Forensic Science Certificate program. BIOL 4590 Forensic Molecular Biology. 3 hours. Intensive laboratory course designed to give students experience and expertise in the basic molecular techniques currently utilized by the majority of forensic laboratories performing forensic DNA analysis. Prerequisite: BIOL/BIOC CHEM 4631/4632 Instrumental Analysis w/ lab. 4 hours. Principles and theory of chemical analysis utilizing absorption spectroscopy in UV, visible and IR regions, nuclear and electron spin resonance, mass spectrometry, chromatography, polarography and other advanced instrumental techniques. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 3451, 3452 and concurrent enrollment in CHEM CHEM 4351 Forensic Chemistry w/ lab. 3 hours. Analytical chemistry applied to forensic science. Statistics and error analysis, sampling techniques and instrumentation, pharmacology and toxicology, materials chemistry, combustion, analysis of drugs and physical evidence. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 2380, 3451/3452. BIOL 4900/CHEM 4900 Forensic Internship. 1-3 hours. Several internships are available for students who wish to develop hands on experience and gain valuable skills in their particular field including, but not limited to: forensic chemistry, DNA analysis labs, and crime labs. An application must be filled out in order to be eligible. Continued on back
7 FORENSIC SCIENCE CERTIFICATION COURSES In addition to the courses necessary for the Forensic Science Certificate, students may also obtain a Criminalistics Certificate by taking the following courses: CJUS 4390 Crime Scene Investigation Theory. 3 hours. Designed to provide a thorough understanding of the scientific theories involved in the recognition, documentation, preservation and collection of physical evidence at crime scenes. Crime scene documentation methods included are digital imaging (still and video), note taking, sketching and crime scene mapping. Safety considerations and biohazard concerns are emphasized. Proper evidence collection techniques and chain of custody issues are presented. The theory of crime scene reconstruction according to the scientific method is developed. Field exercises are used to further develop lecture topics. Prerequisite(s): CJUS 3330 or equivalent or consent of instructor. CJUS 4370 Advanced Criminalistics I. 3 hours.* Advanced examination of specified sub-disciplines of criminalistics, including analysis of firearms/tool marks, footwear/tire tread evidence, and bloodstain patterns. Provides students with an understanding of the scientific method of analysis, the theory of individualization, and the application of critical thinking as applied to these sub-disciplines. Prerequisite(s): CJUS 2100/3330 or equivalents, or consent of instructor. CJUS 4380 Advanced Criminalistics II. 3 hours. * Advanced examination of specified sub-disciplines of criminalistics, including analysis of latent prints, trace evidence and controlled substances. Designed to provide students with an understanding of the scientific method of analysis, the theory of individualization, and the application of critical thinking as applied to theses subdisciplines. Prerequisite(s): CJUS 2100 and CJUS 3300 or equivalents, or consent of instructor. CJUS 3340 Computer Crime. 3 hours. * Introduction to computer crime through an examination of the crime and those individuals committing it, as well as the specific laws, investigative techniques, and criminological theories applicable to computer crime. * Students must take 2 courses from the CJUS 4370, CJUS 4380 and CJUS 3340 options, but do not have to take all three courses for the Criminalistics Certificate.
8 Undergraduate Advisor: UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS Forensic Program Director: Dr. Guido Verbeck COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Dr. Teresa Golden Chemistry Building, Room 207C BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (BS) (940) IN CHEMISTRY WITH A FORENSIC SCIENCE Chemistry, Room207B CERTIFICATION (940) NOTE: This degree is only for Chemistry majors that have been accepted into the UNT Forensic Science Program. Required Minor: Biology. The student must see the Program Director and an advisor for their official degree plan. credit advanced hours hours CHEMISTRY (45 hrs) General (1410, 1420; and labs: 1430, 1440)... 8 or Honors General (1413, 1423; and labs: 1430, 1440) Organic (2370, 2380; and labs: 3210, 3220) Quantitative Analysis (3451 and lab 3452) Fall Only Physical Chemistry (3510, 3520; and labs: 3230, 3240) Advanced Inorganic (4610) Fall Only Advance Inorganic Lab (4620) Spring Only Instrumental Analysis 1 (CHEM 4631 and lab: 4632) Spring Only Additional hours at senior level (4xxx) Biochemistry I (4540 to satisfy ACS certification requirements) Forensic Chemistry (CHEM 4351) Spring Only Forensic Science Internship (CHEM 4900) MATHEMATICS (13 hours) Calculus I & II (1710 & 1720)... 7 Probability Models (1780)... 3 Multivariable calculus (2730)... 3 NOTE: Without sufficient math competence, student will have to complete MATH 1100, 1650 PHYSICS (8 hours) Gen. Technical (1710, 2220; and labs: 1730 and 2240)... 8 BIOLOGY MINOR (21 hours) Principles of Biology I (1710 and lab 1730)... 4 Biology of Microorganisms (2041 and lab 2042)... 4 Genetics (3451 and lab: 3452) Forensic Microscopy (BIOL 4240) Fall Only Biomedical Criminalistics (BIOL 3331) Spring Only Forensic Molecular Biology (4590) Spring Only FORENSIC SCIENCE CERTIFICATE COURSES (19 hours + FSAT exam required) Biomedical Criminalistics (BIOL 3331) Spring Only...(3) (3) Criminal Investigation (CJUS 4360) Forensic Microscopy (BIOL 4240) Fall Only...(3) (3) Forensic Chemistry (CHEM 4351) Spring Only...(3) (3) Instrumental Analysis w/ lab (CHEM 4631 and lab 4632) Spring Only...(4) (4) Forensic Molecular Biology (4590) Spring Only...(3) (3) ADDITIONAL FORENSIC SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS (9 hours) Introduction to Criminalistics (CJUS 3330) 3 3 Ethics in Science (PHIL 2600).(3) (3) Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice (CJUS 3700) or Contemporary Moral Issues (PHIL 1400)... (3) (3) UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS (33 hours) ENGLISH COMPOSITION & RHETORIC (ENGL 1310 and TECM 2700)... 6 VISUAL OR PERFORMING ARTS (See D on other side)... 3 HUMANITIES (PHIL 2600)... 3 UNITED STATES HISTORY (HIST 2610 and 2620)... 6 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT (PSCI 1040 and 1050)... 6 SOCIAL AND BEHAVORIAL SCIENCES (CJUS 2100 Crime and Justice in the U.S.)... 3 DISCOVERY COURSE (CJUS 3700 or PHIL 1400) CAPSTONE COURSE (CHEM 4900) (3) (3) TOTAL hours shown from above Note: Hours in parenthesis count toward 2 requirements... 1/15/12
9 Undergraduate Advisor: UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS Forensic Program Director: Dr. Mark Burleson COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Dr. Teresa Golden Biology Building, Room 128 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF (940) SCIENCES (BS) IN BIOLOGY WITH A FORENSIC Chemistry, Room 207B SCIENCE PROGRAM CERTIFICATION (940) NOTE: This degree is only for Biology majors that have been accepted into the UNT Forensic Science Program. Required Minor: Chemistry. The student must see the Program Director and an advisor for their official degree plan. credit advanced hours hours BIOLOGY (43 hours) Principles of Biology I and II (1710/1720 and labs: 1730/1740)... 8 Biology of Microorganisms (2041 and lab 2042)... 4 Genetics (3451 and lab 3452) Cell Biology (3510 and lab 3520) Biomedical Criminalistics (BIOL 3331) and Forensic Microscopy (BIOL 4240) Animal Physiology (BIOL 3800 and lab: 3810) Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Gene (4570) and Forensic Molecular Biology (4590) Elementary Biochemistry (BIOC 3621 and lab: 3622) Forensic Science Internship (BIOL 4900) MATHEMATICS (7 hours) Calculus I (1710)... 4 Elementary Probability and Statistics 1 (1680) or Probability Models (1780) NOTE: Without sufficient math competence, student will have to complete MATH 1100, 1650 PHYSICS (8 hours) General or Technical (1410 & 1420 and labs: 1430 & 1440; or higher... 8 CHEMISTRY MINOR (20 hrs) General Chemistry (1410, 1420; and labs: 1430, 1440)... 8 or Honors General Chemistry(1413, 1423; and labs: 1430, 1440) Organic Chemistry (2370, 2380; and labs: 3210, 3220) Quantitative Analysis (CHEM 3451 and lab 3452) Fall Only FORENSIC SCIENCE CERTIFICATE COURSES (19 hours + FSAT exam required) Biomedical Criminalistics (BIOL 3331) Spring Only...(3) (3) Criminal Investigation (CJUS 4360) Forensic Microscopy (BIOL 4240) Fall Only...(3) (3) Forensic Chemistry (CHEM 4351) Spring Only Instrumental Analysis w/ lab (CHEM 4631/4632) 1 Spring Only Forensic Molecular Biology (BIOL 4590) Spring Only...(3) (3) ADDITIONAL FORENSIC SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS (9 hours) Introduction to Criminalistics (CJUS 3330) Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice (CJUS 3700) or Contemporary Moral Issues (PHIL 1400)...(3) (3) Ethics in Science (PHIL 2600)...(3) (3) UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS (33 hours) ENGLISH COMPOSITION & RHETORIC (ENGL 1310 and TECM 2700)... 6 VISUAL OR PERFORMING ARTS (See D on other side)... 3 HUMANITIES (PHIL 2600 Ethics in Science)... 3 UNITED STATES HISTORY (HIST 2610 and 2620)... 6 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT (PSCI 1040 and 1050)... 6 SOCIAL AND BEHAVORIAL SCIENCES (CJUS 2100 Crime and Justice in the U.S.)... 3 DISCOVERY COURSE (CJUS 3700 Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice or PHIL 1400) CAPSTONE COURSE (BIOL 4900) (3) (3) TOTAL hours shown from above Note: Hours in parenthesis count toward 2 requirements 1- These classes satisfy the Foreign Language Option II for this degree 1/15/12
10 Undergraduate Advisor: UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS Forensic Program Director: Dr. Lee Hughes COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Dr. Teresa Golden Biology Building, Room 127 DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (940) REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN Chemistry, Room 207B BIOCHEMISTRY WITH A FORENSIC SCIENCE PROGRAM CERTIFICATION (940) NOTE: This degree is only for Biochemistry majors that have been accepted into the UNT Forensic Science Program. Required Minor: Biology. The student must see the Program Director and an advisor for their official degree plan. credit advanced hours hours BIOCHEMISTRY (14 hrs) Biochemistry I (4540) Biochemistry II (4550) Biochemistry Laboratory (4560) Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Gene (4570) and Forensic Molecular Biology (4590) CHEMISTRY (26 hrs) General (1410, 1420; and labs: 1430, 1440)... 8 or Honors General (1413, 1423; and labs: 1430, 1440) Organic (2370, 2380; and labs: 3210, 3220) Quantitative Analysis (3451 and lab 3452) Fall Only Physical Chemistry (3510 and 3520) MATHEMATICS (7 hours) Calculus I & II (1710 & 1720)... 7 Elementary Probability and Statistics 1 (1680) or Probability Models 1 (1780).(3) NOTE: Without sufficient math competence, student will have to complete MATH 1100, 1650 PHYSICS (8 hours) General or Technical (1510, 1520 and labs: 1530, 1540; or 1710, 2220 and labs: 1730 and 2240)... 8 MINOR (20 hours) Principles of Biology I (1710 and lab 1730)... 4 Biology of Microorganisms (2041 and lab 2042)... 4 Genetics (3451 and lab 3452) Cell Biology (3510 and lab 3520) Forensic Microscopy (BIOL 4240) Forensic Science Internship (BIOL 4900)... (1) (1) FORENSIC SCIENCE CERTIFICATE COURSES (19 hours + FSAT exam required) Biomedical Criminalistics (BIOL 3331) Spring Only Criminal Investigation (CJUS 4360) Forensic Microscopy (BIOL 4240) Fall Only...(3) (3) Forensic Chemistry (CHEM 4351) Spring Only Instrumental Analysis w/ lab 1 (CHEM 4631/4632) Spring Only...(4) (4) Forensic Molecular Biology (4590) Spring Only...(3) (3) ADDITIONAL FORENSIC SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS (12 hours) Introduction to Criminalistics 1 (CJUS 3330) 3 3 Ethics in Science (PHIL 2600).(3) (3) Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice...(3) (3) Contemporary Moral Issues.(3) (3) UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS (33 hours) ENGLISH COMPOSITION & RHETORIC (ENGL 1310 and TECM 2700)... 6 VISUAL OR PERFORMING ARTS (See D on other side)... 3 HUMANITIES (PHIL 2600)... 3 UNITED STATES HISTORY (HIST 2610 and 2620)... 6 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT (PSCI 1040 and 1050)... 6 SOCIAL AND BEHAVORIAL SCIENCES (CJUS 2100 Crime and Justice in the U.S.)... 3 DISCOVERY COURSE (CJUS 3700 or PHIL 1400) CAPSTONE COURSE (BIOL 4900) TOTAL hours shown from above Note: Hours in parenthesis count toward 2 requirements 1- These classes satisfy university foreign language requirements 2- Must choose 1 of 2 courses listed to satisfy program and university requirements 1/15/12
11 University of North Texas Application for the Forensic Science Program Students wishing to obtain a B.S. in chemistry, biology or biochemistry with a Forensic Science Certification should complete this form. The completed form should be returned by mail or to the Forensic Science Program Office at the address listed below. The student must realize that this form in no way serves as application to the University; it is an application for consideration for admission into this program only. Please read the Important Information Section below before filling out this form. In addition to this application entering freshman must have their science teacher forward a letter of recommendation to the address given below, and must plan to take the SAT or ACT tests (Verbal and Quantitative) and request that the scores be sent to the Forensic Science Office. Name: Address: Address: Home Phone Number: Alternate Phone Number: UNT ID #: Current Status (check one) Transfer Student: Incoming Freshman: Post Baccalaureate: Current UNT student: (Please include your transcripts of transfer courses) (Please include your high-school transcripts) Current School Attending: If high school: anticipated semester of entry to UNT: If UNT student: expected graduation date: *For Entering Freshman Only Science Teacher Sending Letter of Recommendation: (With Address and Phone Number): Name: Address: Phone number: SAT Scores: Critical Reading: Math: Writing: ACT Scores: Math: Reading: Science: English: If you have not taken the SAT or ACT exam, please indicate date you plan to take the exam: *For both entering freshman and UNT students Please list below the course and grades for any science and mathematics you have taken:
12 Important Information Section Please read before filling out application form Students who are considering this major should be aware that employment in a forensic related field requires an extensive background check. Components of this check may include any or all of the following: Background Checks (criminal and driving records) Polygraph Tests (checking unethical behavior) Credit Checks (issues relating to excessive debt or defaults) Drug Tests (to check for drug usage) Interviews of Friends and Family If there are problems in any of these areas, a career in forensic science may be unlikely, and the student may need to consider a different major. If you have questions about this, you should contact the agency or lab in which you hope to gain employment and request their policies. Background checks may also be required for the internships offered through this program. If you have any questions, please contact the program director. Student s Signature: Date: All inquiries, letters of recommendation, scholarship application, and other correspondence concerning the forensic program at UNT should be sent to the address listed below: (Applications may be downloaded on-line at Forensic Science Program Director University of North Texas 1155 Union Circle, # Denton, TX (940) (Voice) (940) (FAX) Application Deadline: March 22 nd, 2013 for Fall 2013 *For Office Use Only Date Student Interviewed for Program: Student s Status Accepted: Rejected: Declined: Deferred: Reason for rejection: File for Fall or Spring Date:
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