Dec 12, 2018  
2018 - 2019 Academic Catalog 
  
2018 - 2019 Academic Catalog

Forensic Sciences Transfer Pathway (AS)


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The Associate of Science transfer pathway in forensic sciences is designed to prepare students for entry-level work in the forensic science laboratory that supports criminal investigation. The basic courses taken at Cowley College will transfer to state colleges and universities, as well as most other schools throughout the nation. The student is advised to consult the proposed transfer institution for additional course and application requirements, as they can vary widely from institution to institution.

Pathway Code: FORE


General Education Requirements (48 hours)


Basic Skills (12 hours)


Computer Literacy (3 hours)


Humanities (6 hours)


Complete courses from 2 Different Departments (ART, FOL, HIS, HUM, LIT, MIN, MUS, PHO, REL, THE) - Studio and Performance courses cannot be included.

For a list of course options click this link Humanities Elective(s) .

  • Humanities Elective - 3 hour(s) _______________________________________
     
  • Humanities Elective - 3 hour(s) _______________________________________

Social Sciences (6 hours)


Complete courses from 2 Different Departments ANT, ECO, GEG, POL, PSY, SOC 

For a list of course options click this link Social Science Elective(s) .

  • Social Science Elective - 3 hour(s) ____________________________________
     
  • Social Science Elective - 3 hours(s) ___________________________________

Science and Math (20 hours)**


Health & Physical Education (1 hour)


Complete one course from Health & Physical Education Elective(s) .

  • Health & Physical Education Elective 1 hour(s) __________________________

Total Hours 69


** Recommended checking 4-year institution requirements.

Additional Recommended Transfer Pathway Electives:

  • MTH4423 Elementary Statistics
  • MTH4425 Trigonometry
  • PHS4550 General Physics I
  • PHS4551 General Physics II

Depending on skill level and assessment scores, students may be required to take the necessary basic skill or prerequisite courses prior to enrolling in the program.
 

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