There are approximately 50 full- and part-time students enrolled in the Biomedical Forensic Sciences Program. Currently our students are engaged in coursework and research spanning many forensic science disciplines – including but not limited to forensic chemistry, DNA, Biology, Trace and Pathology.
Student Advising Information
Current students are encouraged to meet with their program advisors at least three times a year for questions regarding program policy and registration.
- Biomedical Forensic Specific form can be found here on the BMFS Forms and Policies page
- You may visit the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences for Division specific policies, student forms and important dates
Students are encouraged to join the American Academy of Forensic Sciences as well as other forensic professional organizations such as the International Association for Identification or the Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists. All membership fees are the responsibility of the student. Graduates of the M.S. in Biomedical Forensic Sciences are qualified to work as forensic scientists, DNA analysts, chemists, death investigators and crime scene responders at the local, state and federal levels. See the links below for current job opportunities in the field.
Careers in the Forensic Sciences
Graduates of the M.S. in Biomedical Forensic Sciences are qualified to work as forensic scientists, DNA analysts, chemists, death investigators and crime scene responders at the local, state and federal levels. See the following links for current job opportunities in the field.
- American Academy of Forensic Sciences – Job Opportunities List
- The Forensic Science Society – Job Search and Situations Vacant
- Reddy’s Forensic Page – Job Opportunities
- The International Association of Identification – Job Listings
- The Northeastern Association of Forensic Sciences – Employment Opportunities