2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin

FOS 402 Undergraduate Research Internship

400 laboratory hours 

This course is an alternative to the Forensic Science Laboratory Internship for those students interested in participating in faculty-mentored research. Especially designed for students with an interest in post-graduate study, this course requires that students commit at least 400 hours to participating in a faculty-mentored research project. Students will be introduced to all aspects of scientific research, including hypothesis formulation, literature searching, laboratory analytical procedures, statistical interpretation of data and scientific paper writing. Arrangements for undergraduate research internships must be made with individual faculty members within the Department of Sciences in consultation with the director of this program.




ENG 201, senior standing, majoring in Forensic Science, and permission of the instructor