Masters of Science in
Commencing in September, 2020, this Forensic Criminology Masters Program is intended to benefit criminal justice professionals seeking to work in an investigative or forensic setting.
Core program requirements:
- FC601: Advanced Forensic Criminology
- FC602: Advanced Forensic Investigations
- FC603: Ethics in Criminal Justice
- FC604: Scientific Research Methods & Practice: Essential Protocols
- FC605: Report Writing & Expert Testimony
- FC606: Internship / Masters Thesis
Completion of these core subjects, along with those in a Professional
Diploma concentration, is required to receive a Masters of Science in Forensic Criminology.
Subsequent to completing core requirements, students can choose from
any of the following concentrations to finish their mandatory coursework.
- Forensic Investigation
- Forensic Victimology
- Criminal Profiling
- Criminal Psychology
COMPLIANCE & ACCREDITATION
This Masters of Science in Forensic Criminology will offered through The Forensic Criminology Institute in partnership with Centro de Estudios Universitarios del Nuevo Occidente (CEUNO) and Cienca Aplicada - both of which are accredited in Mexico. Regional accreditations pending.
This Masters Program is in full compliance with the accreditation guidelines set forth by Ciencia Aplicada, CEUNO, The Global Forensic Alliance (see these requirements under "Partnerships" above), and The Criminal Profiler Professional Certification Act of 2013. Students who successfully complete this program will be eligible for IAFC Criminal Profiler certification.
Brent E. Turvey, PhD
Aurelio Coronado, PhD