FRSC 3001  with C or better
Topics in Forensic Science II is a one-credit course designed for Forensic Science Technology majors to be completed during their fourth semester of study in the academic program. This is the second in a two-semester required sequence of courses (along with FRSC 3001) for Forensic Science Technology majors. The focus of this course is to expand on topics discussed during other curriculum coursework including organic and inorganic chemistry, microbiology, genetics, mathematics, and physics. The format of the course is reading and discussion, with each student accepting responsibility for serving as a discussion leader at least once during the year. The discussion leaders' roles are to introduce a topic, provide background information about the topic, and encourage the class to offer comments and ask questions. Topics for discussion may be directly related to material discussed during other curriculum coursework or may originate from current media sources.