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Master of Arts in Social Science (Applied Criminology) : CAL U - California University of PennsylvaniaCal U’s Master’s degree in Applied Criminology is on the forefront of solving crime. The topics include areas such as the theory of behavioral analysis of violent crime; criminal investigative analysis; equivocal death analysis; and geographical profiling. We combine our expertise in multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to the subject matter from legal, sociological, psychological, and criminological perspectives.
Program Description | Admission | Degree Requirements | Courses The Master of Science in Forensic Science program requires the completion of 44 graduate semester hours of core and forensic science coursework that can be completed in two years. The program is designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities essential to forensic science.
Welcome The Department of Anthropology at the University of Wyoming is known throughout the state of Wyoming and the region for its leadership in research and public education about our unique archaeological heritage. The department is achieving national and international recognition for its research programs. In addition to the commitment to Wyoming-based research, Anthropology faculty offer UW international expertise in areas such as the Middle East, South Asia, Europe, South America, Africa, and Native America, constituting a center of multicultural global research at UW. The department currently has fourteen faculty and one academic professional research scientist. The Anthropology Department offers B.A., M.A, and Ph.D.
What Is Anthropology? Anthropology compels you to think “outside the box.” By “the box,” we mean, of course, the familiar, the known. In order to get around in a truly global world these days, you have to be able to comprehend diverse ways of thinking, varied modes of living, different kinds of interacting. If you hope to succeed in a global environment, anthropology will push you beyond your culture-bound limits.
I am always interested in accepting motivated and curious graduate students, so if you’re interested in applying to the anthropology graduate program with a focus in bioarchaeology, please email me <t.tung at vanderbilt.edu>. For basic information about the Anthropology graduate program, go to http://www.vanderbilt.edu/anthro/graduate , and for basic information about the Vanderbilt Graduate School, which administers our graduate program, go to http://www.vanderbilt.edu/gradschool/prospective_students/index.php . GRADUATE STUDENT ADVISEES (Past & Present) Carrie Anne Berryman. firstname.lastname@example.org Ph.D. received in May 2010.
Course Title: Forensic Anthropology MSc Forensic Anthropology is designed to enable graduate students to develop skills in a variety of areas, which concern the processing, analysis and identification of human remains. The course provides intensive training in developmental anatomy and osteology, forensic anthropology methods and theory, forensic taphonomy in theory and practice, crime scene investigation and the law, research methods and expert witness and presentation skills.
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Welcome to the Applied Forensic Sciences Department at Mercyhurst University! A Bachelor of Science degree in applied forensic sciences prepares you for an exciting career collecting, cataloging and analyzing evidence and remains in the laboratory, or out in the field. Get hands-on experience in crime scene processing with classroom exercises and participation in practical labs. You’ll experience blood spatter analysis, footprint and tire casting, and fingerprint identification and processing – just to name a few. At our autopsy suite and processing lab, you’ll assist in real forensic anthropological cases. In fact, the applied forensic sciences program at Mercyhurst is one of the only programs in the U.S. where undergraduate students can work with real evidence and human remains.
Anthropology (literally the study of humans) is an extremely broad and diverse field concerned with every aspect of the human condition: past present and future. Students studying Anthropology at the University of Tennessee learn of this breadth and diversity by taking courses in Cultural, Biological and Archaeological Anthropology. Research conducted by the faculty and graduate students of the Department is as wide-ranging (both topically and geographically) as the field itself. Our research is supported by major funding agencies, is presented at scholarly conferences and published in the most highly-respected journals and academic presses.
Go beyond the classroom. Apply your knowledge by working at an archaeological dig site, connecting with immigrants and refugees in our local community or learning how to work with human bones at crime scenes. View fieldwork opportunities » Individuals interested in anthropology have at least one thing in common: the quest for knowledge about the human experience, from the past to the present, from evolutionary origins to the cultural organization of societies.
Thank you for considering Iowa State University! Most of the information you need to complete the application for admission is in the documents linked on the left. (Note: There are different instructions for U.S. applicants than for international applicants, so make sure you select the correct link.) Included in this section is information on the application fee, multiple applications, academic records and test score requirements, and information on how to submit electronic letters of reference. Our various academic programs have different deadlines and supplemental information requirements, so please check out the important program specific instructions located in "Program Requirements." Since the Iowa State application process requires you to send some materials to the Admissions Office and some to the department to which you are applying, this section includes detailed mailing instructions as well.