Anthropologists study the human species and the human condition in all its diversity. h�b```"_���À ��t�10�c�nm�h��hh�� V(f`x�X�e`?=�eg`� Ҍ@[v•s10�sCDu P=� Date: 08/12/2008 The team is an interdisciplinary effort from the colleges of Engineering, Arts and Sciences, and Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. Although the process differs between agencies, most accrediting agencies require a thorough self-study as well as a site visit that confirms facilities, faculty, and curricula before offering accreditation. According to the BLS 230 forensic science technicians were employed in New Mexico in 2016. The following links show the classes we plan to offer over the next two years. More information about Wendell Hull and Associates, Inc. can be found at http://www.wendellhull.com. Certification is available from organizations like the International Association for Identification (IAI), and the International Crime Scene Investigators Association (ICSIA). *For students wishing to pursue a technical master's degree, MATH 1521G Calculus and Analytic Geometry II and MATH 1521G Calculus and Analytic Geometry II are recommended and will satisfy both the Area II and General Education Elective requirements. Requirements; Roadmap; Students can fulfill the Digital Forensics Concentration requirements by completing the following four courses. )0@%�҉��_�{���8��3%�K2G_��R�$U��-�Q�i��������� Both forensic scientists and crime scene investigators are classified as “Forensic Science Technicians” by the BLS. Before enrolling in any program, students should be sure to verify its accreditation. Of the 48 percent of forensic scientists that earn at least a bachelor’s degree, more than 16 percent have a master’s or doctoral degree. մ@ xO��W�X�4jo`�1�1��y���i���TM�#U'���~��u�\�|$fp�ZVh��@���6���@�S[�9z�aD+��p�w�6�CL1M���i�%.p��+ �G��^,Wn:�nG�#�'��I|% �'0�P�m�y?Y:��\�A�;6�"m#�y�LV� \X�-�N�� However, it is also possible to pursue the career by studying more broadly at the undergraduate level and choosing a program in biology, chemistry, or another scientific pursuit. While on TV, one person is responsible for running both an investigation and a multitude of tests; real-life forensic scientists specialize. Track A. The NMSU Community Colleges; NMSU System Academic Regulations & Policies; Recognition of Academic Achievement; Course Listings; Engineering Technology - Electronics and Computer (Digital Forensics) - Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology. It should certainly be noted that even those programs that take place online may require hands-on laboratory experience prior to graduation. See the General Education section of this catalog for a full list of courses, See the Viewing a Wider World section of this catalog for a full list of courses, © 2020-2021 New Mexico State University - Board of Regents | New Mexico Higher Education Dashboard. The occupation overall is expected to grow by 17 percent through the year 2026, which is a significantly faster than the average pace for all occupations, which sits at just 7 percent. Phone: 575-646-5809 Both graduate and undergraduate studies in forensic science are available in New Mexico. Now it writes international safety standards for the entire industry and conducts world-class training in oxygen design, analysis, operations and maintenance. Telework Hours (during campus closures): M-F 8 am-5 pm, Mailing Address It's expanded many times over." At minimum, forensic scientists must have a high school diploma or GED. The company is based in Dona Ana and is best known for training in oxygen safety and fire science technology. Forensic science technicians and crime scene investigators have hands-on involvement in solving crimes from start to finish – from collecting and evaluating evidence to testifying to their findings in court. �Ŕ�����Dwuub�hr��ռ^�Ւߗ�u�-�~R6�v��8r��?t��{��>}��b:�湠�BryѮ�Υ�_"1�)��1��9C�? After high school, prospective forensic scientists should enroll in an undergraduate program. Graduates have also been successful in law school and graduate programs in the social sciences. Choose two sequences from the following for eight credits: Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences Course (3 credits), Non-Departmental Requirements (in addition to Gen.Ed/VWW), Electives, to bring the total credits to 120, PHYS Sequence (Area III: Laboratory Sciences) Course, Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences Course, Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering, General Education &​ Viewing the Wider World, College of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences, Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering, Engineering Technology -​ Civil -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Civil (Contruction Technology) -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Civil (Geomatics) -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Civil (Renewable Energy Technologies) -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Civil (Transportation Technology) -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Civil (Water/​Wastewater Technology) -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Electronics and Computer -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Electronics and Computer (Digital Forensics) -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Electronics and Computer (Information Security Technology) -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Electronics and Computer (Renewable Energy Technlogies) -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Information -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Information (Information Security Technology) -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Mechanical -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology -​ Mechanical (Renewable Energy Technologies) -​ Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Geomatics -​ Bachelor of Science in Geomatics, Information and Communication Technology -​ Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology, Digital Electronic Applications -​ Undergraduate Minor, Information Security Technology-​ Undergraduate Minor, Renewable Energy Technologies -​ Undergraduate Minor, Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering, William Conroy Honors College (Undergraduate), NMSU System Academic Regulations &​ Policies, Professional & Technical Communication (Recommended), Introduction to Communication (Either Recommended), Introduction to Digital Forensics and Incident Response, Advanced Digital Forensics and Incident Response.