About the Forensic Sciences Undergraduate Minor Program
The goal of the interdisciplinary minor is to offer students the opportunity to take courses pertinent to scientific and methodological issues associated with crime investigation and criminal behavior. All students minoring in forensic sciences must complete at least 18 hours in designated forensic-related courses. No more than 12 hours may be taken in one department or program. At least 12 hours must be taken in upper-division courses. Courses with a grade of D cannot be counted toward fulfillment of the minor. At least 6 hours of upper-division courses must be taken at Texas Tech. All students who are enrolled in the forensic sciences minor are required to enroll in the introductory forensic science course FSCI 2308.
Designated courses may require prerequisites before the student can enroll in them. Consult the catalog or contact the specific instructors for details. Prerequisite courses (except ANTH 3303) do not count toward the minor. Cross-listed courses that are required by the major cannot be counted toward the minor.
Contact: Dr. Robert Paine; Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work; email@example.com
Students must choose one of the following tracks from which 15 credit hours must be chosen: