BS in Forensic Chemistry
St. Edward's University
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Help solve crimes — and build a more just society — by using chemistry to analyze evidence. Majoring in Forensic Chemistry will give you a solid background in chemistry, forensics, and criminal justice that you can apply in careers with police or fire departments, coroner’s offices, the military, the FBI or CIA, bomb squads, or private labs. You’ll learn the fundamentals of crime scene investigation and analyze blood and tissue samples to identify DNA or run toxicology screens. Understand how to verify the chemical composition of drugs taken as evidence and detect chemicals associated with explosives or toxic substances.
At St. Edward’s, you’ll learn how to research by joining a student-faculty research group and applying your knowledge in the labs of the John Brooks Williams Natural Sciences Center. Graduate ready to use chemistry to uncover the truth and keep the public safe.
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