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Criminalistics (Minor)

Enhance your studies, and your resume, with a minor. Adding a minor is a great way to provide yourself with a well-rounded education, or just to learn more about a subject you’re passionate about. Choosing a minor that complements your major can help you to strengthen your understanding of a specific aspect of the field. Or you may want to add a minor in a related field that gets you started in something that you would like to pursue further in your career or in graduate school. A minor can also demonstrate to potential employers that you are eager to learn as much as you can and are willing to put in the extra effort, which makes you a more compelling candidate.

See more information about the Criminalistics minor, including course requirements, in the course catalog.

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Contact Us
Criminology and Criminal Justice Department
Amie R. Scheidegger, Ph.D., Chair
Criminology and Criminal Justice Department
Appell Life Sciences, Room 357
Phone: 717.815.6477