You will study, and become expert at, various forms of forensic field technology such as portable instrumentation and forensic database usage. The application of database tools such as SICAR and IBIS are critical to modern criminal investigations. They can quickly provide linkages between victims, suspects, items, and locations. Also, restricted electives associated with the program allow you to develop specialized knowledge in areas such as bloodstain pattern analysis, firearms evidence, and forensic anthropology.
You will complete a minimum of 42 credits of graduate work, which includes a required internship or research project designed to fulfill the Master of Science Capstone requirement. In this, you will benefit from the strong connections that UNH has forged with local and state police
The university is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).