Internship in Forensic Science

Course Description

An internship for students looking for field experience in the law enforcement field. Students receive academic guidance from forensic science faculty and supervision at the field placement site. The internship requires students to work a minimum of 300 hours under faculty and field supervision. Students must write an in-depth research paper on their experiences during the placement. This paper is coordinated and supported by the students’ faculty advisor and field supervisor. Units are arranged and determined based on assignment and the number of hours at the placement site. Grading is H, S, or U only.

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College of Letters and Sciences

“Our faculty are established scholars and creators in their own fields. They are dedicated to making your entry into their disciplines a successful one, preparing you for your career as well as graduate study.”
College of Letters and Sciences
Rico M.
Class of 2014, Military Veteran