The Bachelor of Science in Forensic Biology degree program combines the disciplines of biology, chemistry, and law to give students the skills and background needed by professionals in forensic science laboratories, law enforcement and related fields.
Working in two new laboratories with professional equipment, students will learn about evidence collection, crime scene investigation, tissue sampling and analysis, and DNA analysis techniques. Graduates are prepared to specialize in the analysis of crime scene samples and become accredited forensic biologists from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences or to continue their education in medical, graduate, or law school.
The Bachelor of Science in Forensic Biology degree is housed in the College of Arts and Sciences.
About the School
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's western campus is located in Prescott, AZ, north of Phoenix and a day trip away from Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon, and picturesque Sedona.