The Forensic Health certificate program is open to students of any major or specialization who are interested in forensics. The Graduate Certificate in Forensic Health requires the successful completion of three (3 credit) graduate courses in forensic health for a total of 9 credits. The following courses are required: Forensic Health Essentials, Forensic Health of Victims, and Forensic Health of Offenders.
The certificate application deadline is rolling.
Applicants must submit the Graduate School's required admission materials:
Important note: Funding is not available to non-degree students completing certificate programs. Certificate students are not automatically admitted to master's or doctoral programs. They must meet the admissions requirements of those degree programs and be accepted. Students may concurrently apply for a certificate and a Binghamton University graduate degree program. However, a student cannot be awarded a certificate twice, nor can a student apply work for one certificate to a different certificate. Learn more about graduate certificate programs.
The program is open to applicants who hold a baccalaureate degree and are interested in forensics.
*This information is subject to change. While we make every effort to keep it accurate and up-to-date, we recommend you contact the department for program-specific requirements.
Mary E. Muscari, Associate Professor
Last Updated: 11/24/14