Undergraduate Forensic Science
Forensic Science is the profession which serves the scientific needs of the justice system. The program at University of Central Florida has been designed to provide the student with an educational background in the professional specialty of criminalistics. The principal job of the forensic scientist is to scientifically examine physical evidence gathered at the scene of a suspect criminal action. The criminalist may work on physical evidence such as blood, hairs, fibers, or pharmaceutical and clandestine drug preparations. Upon completion of an investigation the forensic scientist presents his findings in court. The goal of the Forensic Science program is to prepare students for this demanding profession.
For an overview of Undergraduate Degree Requirements see the Undergraduate Catalog. Degree requirements may change from year to year. To insure that you are receiving accurate information, please choose your appropriate catalog year, then look up your degree requirements.
- Forensic Science, B.S. – Chemistry Track Requirements
- Forensic Science, B.S. – Biochemistry Track Requirements
- Forensic Science Internship Guidelines
Undergraduate Forensic Science Advising
The College of Sciences Academic Services (“COSAS”) is the primary office charged with providing academic assistance to undergraduate students within the College of Sciences. They help students with matters concerning college and university requirements, policies, and procedures. Students use their services primarily by walk-in, or by appointment for advising and special problems.
Forensic Science students can also seek advise from the Departmental Advisor(Dr. Rodriguez). Please visit your Departmental Advisor for:
Request Department Advising Appointment
Advising hours for Dr. Rodriguez are Wednesdays & Thursdays from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm. Advising will not be available the weeks of: 1/29/18, 2/19/18, 2/26/18, 3/12/18, 4/23/18
If you would like to make an appointment, visit the following link: