Prerequisites: ENTO 115 or equivalent introductory course.
Description: Application of entomology to legal issues. Criminal investigations, insects of forensic importance, insect succession on carrion, and case studies.
Description: Theory and practice in forensic science. The legal system, crime scene investigation, taphonomy, and criminalistics.
Description: Forensic anthropology within the broader context of forensic sciences and physical anthropology. Decomposition and bone modification through artificial means. Determination of individual identity, diet, chronic pathology and cause of death from human remains.
Prerequisites: BIOS 109 and FORS 120.
Description: Collection, processing, identification of common North American pollen types. Pollination ecology relating to scene reconstruction. Fundamental statistics and presentation requirements for a legal and scientific audience.
Prerequisites: 3 hrs FORS or equivalent.
Description: Current issues in forensic science.