Why Criminal Justice – Forensics at Thomas College?
Do you love hands-on learning? The forensics concentration in the Criminal Justice program teaches students the skills necessary to preserve at the crime scene, evaluate evidence in the laboratory and testify as an expert witness. Get an inside look into what happens from a crime scene to the lab and to the court – with mock simulations of crime scene processing and evidence evaluations, learning how to write search warrants,
Students will learn up-to-do date and current best practices and will be able to articulate the strengths and weaknesses of different evidence types.
At a Glance
3 year option
- Crime Scene Processing and Evidence Evaluation
- Criminal Investigation Procedures
- The Laws of Evidence
- Science of Fingerprints
- Forensic Science: Death Investigation
- Forensic Science Evaluation Investigation
- Human Genetics
|Steven Dyer, M.A.||Instructor of Criminal Justice|
|Tracey L. Horton, Ph.D.||Associate Professor of Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice|
|Mark Marsolais, Ph.D.||Associate Professor of Criminal Justice|
|Laurie Ochs, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice|
|Alicia Wilcox, Ph.D.
||Associate Professor of Criminal Justice|