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Forensic Science Student Successes

From the 2009-2012 undergraduates reporting post-graduate experiences, 79% are successfully employed or are attending graduate school.


45% have matriculated into programs and universities that include but are not limited to:


Rhode Island University – M.S. Cell and Molecular Biology

St. Mathews University – M.D. Program

John Jay College of Criminal Justice – M.S. Criminalistics

University of Massachusetts, Amherst – Ph.D. in Chemistry

Dowling College – M.S. Secondary Education (Biology)

Penn State University – M.S.  Forensic Biology

Dartmouth College – Ph.D. in Pharmacology

University of Portsmouth (U.K.) – Criminology and Crime Cultures

University of South Carolina – M.S. Education

University of Maryland at Baltimore – M.S. Toxicology

University of New Haven – M.S. Forensic Science

Pennsylvania State University – Ph.D. Chemistry

Arcadia University – M.S. Forensic Science and Toxicology

Michigan State University – Ph.D. in Chemistry

Rutgers University – M.S. Cell and Developmental Biology

Clemson University – Ph.D. in Material Science Engineering

Boston University – M.S. Biomedical Forensic Science

St. John’s University – M.S. Toxicology

Drexel University – Ph.D. in Molecular Bio/Genetics

                                    Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry

Rhode Island University – Ph.D. in Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy

SUNY ESF – Ph.D. in Environmental Chemistry

Cornell University – Ph.D. in Chemistry

Bournemouth University – M.S. Biological Anthropology

University of Connecticut—M.S. Applied Genomics       

CCSU—M.A. Biomolecular Sciences

Boston College-- Forensic Nursing Master’s Entry Program

University of New Hampshire—Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry

University of New England—D.O Osteopathic Medicine

Hunter College—MA Biology

University of Arkansas—Ph.D in Microbiology