Forensic Science

The Marshall University Forensic Science Graduate Program

The Marshall University Forensic Science Graduate Program is a FEPAC accredited two-year academic program leading to a Master of Science in Forensic Science degree. Our forensic science graduate program includes a five-semester core curriculum with both thesis and non-thesis options.

In addition to the core curriculum, four areas of emphasis are offered to graduate students for more in-depth education and training in specific forensic science disciplines. While one area of emphasis is required, students may complete all four areas of emphasis during their course of study. Areas of emphasis include DNA Analysis, Forensic Chemistry, Digital Forensics, and Crime Scene Investigation.

Forensic Science Center
Crime Scene House
Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex

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Donate to the Terry W. & Sandra J.Fenger Scholarship

  • Fenger Scholarship Donor Form (printable)
  • Donate Online  To donate; at the “FUND DESIGNATION” you must select “The Terry W. & Sandra J. Fenger Scholarship”. This is very important to insure the funds are directed to the right scholarship.
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Marshall students rank No. 1 on Forensic Science Assessment Test
American Board of Criminalistics, 2021
#4
Top 5 Schools in Masters in Forensic Science
Best Value Schools.org, 2022

Contact Us:

Forensic Science
Graduate Program
1401 Forensic Science Dr.
Huntington, WV 25701

forensics@marshall.edu

Telephone: 304-691-8931

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