Forensic Science

Degree: B.A.

The multi-disciplinary approach of Millersville University's forensic science program will prepare students for work in the field or further education in graduate school.

Why Study This Program?

Students who want to pursue a career in the growing world of forensic science will find what they are looking for at Millersville University. The forensic science program falls under the Multidisciplinary Studies Department, which emphasizes a cross-disciplinary approach featuring courses from the biology, chemistry, earth sciences, nursing, physics, psychology and sociology and anthropology departments. Students will graduate with a degree in one of those majors, but will have the background of classes in other disciplines to be prepared for graduate school or the next step in a career of forensic science. 

What Will You Learn?

Students will take a cross-section of courses from the biology, chemistry, earth sciences, nursing, physics, psychology and sociology and anthropology departments under the supervision of the forensic science guidance committee. 

Several MU faculty members are actively involved in forensic research or forensic casework as well as members of the American Academy of Forensic Science and other related professional societies. This wealth of experience among the faculty at Millersville University provides students with practical opportunities as part of the experiential learning process.