Graduate Outcomes

Graduates of the Biomedical Forensic Sciences Program

Graduates of the MS program in Biomedical Forensic Sciences pursue careers as forensic scientists, toxicologists, DNA analysts, drug chemists, death investigators, trace evidence examiners, serologists, firearms examiners, fingerprint examiners, death investigators and crime scene responders at the local, state and federal levels.  

Survey data from 2017 graduates found that 68% of graduates had attained employment in a forensic lab or law enforcement, and 24% reported jobs in a biomedical or related scientific field.  For 2018 graduates, 86% are employed in a forensic lab or forensic-related scientific field.


Graduates also matriculate into PhD, MD and other medical or professional graduate programs.

More information on current job opportunities in the field: