In ranking forensic science third, the article says:
Forensic science: More experts are needed to operate the new, sophisticated tools to prevent and investigate crimes. Forensic science focuses on using technology to analyze evidence. Students should expect "tons of math and science, plus learning to interface with the criminal justice system," says Timothy Palmbach, chair of the forensic science department at the University of New Haven.
The University of New Haven is among a select group of institutions whose undergraduate forensic science program is a fully accredited program by FEPAC (Forensic Science Education programs Accreditation Commission), the accrediting body of the American Association of Forensic Sciences.
UNH's Master of Science in Forensics program, concentration in Criminalistics, is also fully accredited by FEPAC.
UNH forensic science graduates are found and respected in crime laboratories, clinical and research laboratories, police investigative units, medical examiners' offices, crime scene investigation units and civilian investigation units around the world.