Graduate Schools
BROWSE GRADUATE PROGRAMS

YOU HAVE CHOSEN:

  • Law & Criminal Justice 
  • Criminal Justice & Criminalistics 
  • Forensic Science 

Program Type

By Location

Select a State:

Select a State

Select Multiple States

  • Alabama (35)
  • California (42)
  • Connecticut (39)
  • District of Columbia (35)
  • Florida (43)
  • Georgia (36)
  • Hawaii (35)
  • Illinois (35)
  • Louisiana (35)
  • Maryland (40)
  • Massachusetts (38)
  • Minnesota (35)
  • Missouri (35)
  • Nebraska (35)
  • New Jersey (36)
  • New York (43)
  • Ohio (36)
  • Oklahoma (35)
  • Pennsylvania (38)
  • Rhode Island (37)
  • Tennessee (35)
  • Texas (35)
  • Utah (35)
  • Virginia (37)
  • Washington (36)
  • West Virginia (35)

    Select a Popular City:

    Select a Popular City

    Select Multiple Cities

    • Atlanta (36)
    • Boston (39)
    • Buffalo (35)
    • Chicago (35)
    • Dallas (35)
    • Detroit (35)
    • Los Angeles (37)
    • Miami (36)
    • Minneapolis (35)
    • New York City (40)
    • Philadelphia (36)
    • San Diego (37)
    • Seattle (36)
    • Washington, DC (39)

      Select a Country:

      Select a Country

      Select Multiple Countries

      • Australia (1)
      • Canada (1)
      • Ireland (3)
      • Jordan (1)
      • Korea (1)
      • New Zealand (1)
      • Peru (2)
      • Russia (1)
      • South Africa (1)
      • Sweden (1)
      • Thailand (2)
      • Turkey (1)
      • United Kingdom (21)
      • United States (106)
        These results contain 139 campus & hybrid & online accredited graduate degree programs & graduate schools in the field of law & criminal justice, subject of criminal justice & criminalistics, specialty of forensic science at the certificate & doctorate & masters levels in all locations from all types of institutions.
         
         
         

        Forensic Science Graduate Programs

        Forensic science graduate programs prepare students to collect, identify, classify and analyze physical evidence related to criminal investigations. Using their natural and learned abilities, combined with evolving technologies, forensic scientists perform tests on weapons or substances such as fiber, hair, and tissue to determine significance to investigation. They may serve as specialists in area of expertise, such as ballistics, fingerprinting, handwriting or biochemistry.

        Search our directory of campus forensic science graduate degree programs.

        Search our directory of online forensic science graduate degree programs.

         
        FacebookTwitter