Combined Bachelor of Arts in Forensics
The Combined Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Forensics provides a unique inter-faculty program that combines courses from the arts and social sciences. The program provides training in the identification, collection and presentation of evidence in criminal investigations, as well as an education in a second area of study.
Students wanting to take Criminology as a second major must apply for third year. Please see admission requirements for Criminology combined majors.
Total courses: forty.
Major requirements: twenty courses consisting of 01-209; either 34-226 or 43-287; 48-101; 48-260; 49-111; 49-112; 49-215; 49-323; 55-140; 55-141; 55-211; 62-130; one of 02-250 or 65-205; 57-201; 57-302; 57-303; 57-304; 57-313; 57-400; 99-219.
*When a requirement in the combined Forensics program is also required as part of the course requirements for the other combined major, another course must be selected and substituted into the combined Forensics course requirements in consultation with the Program Chair of Forensic Science and with the approval of the Director of Inter-Faculty programs.
Major requirements - other subjects in Arts or Social Sciences: as prescribed by that area of study.
Other requirements:additional options (if required) to a total of forty courses.
RECOMMENDED COURSE SEQUENCING
First Year: ten courses, including: 55-140; 55-141; 57-201; 48-101; 49-111; 49-112; 62-130
Second Year: ten courses, including: 55-211; 48-260; 49-215; 65-205 (or 02-250); 01-209
Third Year: ten courses, including: 57-302; 57-303; 57-304; 57-313; 49-323;
Fourth Year: ten courses, including: 99-219; 57-400; 43-287 or 34-226
FORENSIC SCIENCE: COURSES
INTER-FACULTY PROGRAMS: PROGRAMS
INTER-FACULTY: PROGRAM COORDINATOR