Graph A: This graph provides the average undergraduate GPA for students coming into the Forensic Science Program as well as the average GPA upon graduation from the Program. At this time, GPA data for Graduating Class of 2016 and 2017 (incoming 2014 and 2015, respectively) is provided, however, GPA at the time of graduation for these two Classes is in the future and yet to be determined.
Graph C: This graph provides student attendance and presentations at national or regional professional meetings per year which consisted of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting (http://www.aafs.org/) in Chicago, IL (2011), Atlanta, GA (2012), Washington, DC (2013), Seattle, WA (2014), Orlando, FL (2015) and Las Vegas, NV (2016).. “Percent Attending” (Red Square) is based on the number of 1st– and 2nd– year students attending divided by the total number of students enrolled in the program for that year x 100. “Percent Presenting” (Green Triangle) is based on the number of students who were selected to present a poster or podium presentation at the meeting compared to the total number of 2nd-years students* in the Program.
*Only 2nd-year students have completed research projects to be eligible for national meeting presentation.
Students Presenting at AAFS National or other Regional Meetings, Presentation Title, and Percentage (%) of Presenters per Class per Year
Chart D: Incoming Student GRE Score Averages
These graphs provide average GRE scores of applicants accepted into the MUFS graduate program for the past 4 years in the areas of verbal, quantitative, and writing. (Note: GRE average scores for the Class of 2013 were graded on a different scoring system. Average scores for the Class of 2013 were 511 verbal, 670 quantitative, and 4.1 writing).