Why Study Forensics at Texas A&M?
Interested in applying life sciences to all occupations from the courtroom to the board room – including crime scene investigation? We’re the place to be! With this degree, you will learn about collecting, preserving and using evidentiary information in problem solving.
You will be able to study evidence and look at it from a molecular, organismal, environmental, and ecological perspectives and then apply what you have discovered to solve real-world issues.
There are currently two options available for the Bachelor of Science in Forensic and Investigative Sciences degree:
- FIVS Science Track (FEPAC Accredited)
- FIVL Criminalistics and Pre-Law Emphasis (Non-FEPAC Accredited)
Texas A&M University offers prospective students their own advisors, specific to where they call home. Our Prospective Student Centers and Regional Advisors in Texas put on workshops and other events throughout the year to help you become more comfortable with the application and admissions process.
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