A minor in forensic science from Saint Louis University focuses on the application of science to legal problems and is an exceptional complement for those interested in science, medicine or law. The forensic science faculty has both the academic and practical experience to deliver high impact instruction and to provide the tools to work for social justice in the spirit of Catholic, Jesuit education.
SLU's minor in forensic science requires 22 credits, combining 14 credits of required courses and eight credits of electives.
Survey of Forensic Science
Topics in Forensic Science
FRSC 3620 & FRSC 3621
Chemical Forensics and Chemical Forensics Laboratory
FRSC 3630 & FRSC 3631
Forensic Biology and Forensic Biology Laboratory
FRSC 4550 & FRSC 4551
Crime Scene Investigation and Crime Scene Investigation Laboratory
Select a minimum of eight credit hours from the following:
Field Recovery Methods
Law and Society
Quantitative Research Methods (or MATH 1300 Elementary Statistics with Computers )
Students with a minor in forensic science must maintain a 2.00 GPA in their forensic science minor coursework.