Specialization in Investigation

This AOS in investigation is designed to provide graduate education in the most current and advanced forensic investigative techniques available in the field, with a wide understanding of the concepts underlying the forensic sciences. This program is suitable for those students who are interested in pursuing a career in forensic crime and death investigations. The program also allows individuals who are currently working in forensic investigation areas to develop and upgrade their individual educational skills. The specialization courses include Advanced Criminalistics, Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: Computer Forensics, Constitution and Criminal Procedure, and Advanced Fingerprint Analysis. The program also includes forensic-related writing and research. The program culminates in a supervised masterrsquo;s research project directed by fulltime faculty and a committee of associate and core adjunct faculty selected by students from their program.


Program Requirements (4 courses; 18 quarter units)
Core Requisite(s):
Program Electives (2 courses; 9 quarter units)