About online forensic sciences
The online forensic medicine graduate programs and continuing education courses at the University of Florida provide students with the latest training in the field veterinary and wildlife forensic medical sciences. These innovative programs are an extension of UF academic excellence beyond the boundaries of our traditional campus delivered at a distance and available across the nation and around the world. Whether you are a student or a working professional looking to specialize in growing field, these flexible programs can help you meet your goals without having to sacrifice your commitments to your family or current job by relocating to attend an on campus program.
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This program prepares students for animal crime scene processing, handling and interpreting forensic evidence, and other skills that will help secure justice for victims of animal cruelty.
The program is the first of its kind to be offered fully online, and it provides comprehensive training for students and professionals in the growing field of shelter medicine
Graduate certificate students learn how to properly process an animal crime scene, recognize animal abuse, and handle forensic evidence.
Students will learn practical skills involving the handling and interpretation of evidence found in illegal wildlife activity, along with the proper protocol and record-keeping necessary when processing evidence.
Now entering its 20th year, the forensic science master’s degree is the world’s largest and most prestigious forensic science program. Offering concentrations and certificates in Forensic Science, DNA & Serology, Forensic Toxicology, Forensic Drug Chemistry and Forensic Death Investigation.
The certificate consists of 5 fully online courses, and it can be completed in as little as 1 year.
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