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3300 W Camelback Rd 
Phoenix AZ 85017 

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Master of Science in Forensic Science (Online)

The Master of Science in Forensic Science degree from Grand Canyon University is designed for both professionals looking to advance their careers in forensic science and those aiming to begin working in forensic science, crime scene processing, law enforcement, medicolegal and criminal professions.

This fully online forensic science degree program offers an advanced study in forensic science, focused on building a solid foundation of practical skills and theoretical knowledge. The MS in Forensic Science could be the next step you need to move your career toward your goals.

Throughout the program, learners will develop the advanced skillset necessary for work in the field of forensic science. GCU’s unique forensic science curriculum works with hands-on, inhome laboratory activities to equip graduates for the analysis of various forms of forensic evidence. Coursework will allow students to become knowledgeable across a vast array of forensic competencies, including:

  • Data collection and analysis
  • Advanced critical thinking
  • Integrity and ethical principles in forensics
  • Effective courtroom testimony
  • Evidence analysis
  • Laboratory quality management
  • Chain of custody and authoring forensic reports
  • Applied forensic statistical analysis
  • Instrumental analysis including microscopy, chromatography and spectroscopy
  • Forensic toxicology
  • DNA and controlled substance analysis
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