University of North Texas

Department of Chemistry
Forensic Science Program
1155 Union Circle #305070
Denten, TX 76203
Phone: 940-369-8458
Director: Teresa D. Golden, PhD forensic@unt.edu
Status: Full Accreditation for the Certificate Programs in Conjunction with the Bachelor of Science Degree in Biochemistry, Biology, and Chemistry
http://www.forensic.unt.edu

The UNT forensic science program is the best in the North Texas area. The system set up and taught by highly-qualified faculty members, and students are encouraged to participate in hands-on training experiences. The goals are simple: Obtain a thorough grounding in natural sciences, build a background by taking advanced classes and develop an appreciation of issues specific to forensic science.

The program offers 19 semester hours in forensic science coursework that covers topics such as courtroom testimony, introduction to law, quality assurance, ethics, forensic biology, forensic microscopy, forensic chemistry and evidence identification among other subjects.

Admission Requirements

The following items are required to get into the Forensic Science Program at UNT:

  • Be accepted into University of North Texas first
  • Meet Math requirements for the College of Arts and Sciences

The following items are needed to get into UNT:

  • Submit an application before deadline July 15th 2010 for Fall Semester
  • Official transcripts sent to registrar’s office
  • 3.0 GPA
  • Personal statement
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Entrance examinations
  • nterviews
  • Auditions
  • Portfolios
  • GRE, GMAT, MAT test scores

The UNT test codes are as follows:

GRE- 6481
MAT- 2255
GMAT- 6DP-8M-55

Most Recent Class Profile:

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Overall GPA: 3.0
Average GRE Score: 1100
Resident 1st Year Tuition: $3,338.25
Total Resident Cost for 4 Years: $13,353
Non-Resident 1st Year Tuition: $6,662.25
Total Non-Resident Cost for 4 Years: $26,649

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