A program that focuses on the application of chemical techniques and instrumentation to the analysis and evaluation of physical evidence to aid in criminal investigations. Includes instruction in analytical, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry; biochemistry; forensic toxicology; instrumental analysis; crime scene processing; criminal investigation; forensic laboratory technology; and applicable law.
Students majoring in Forensic Chemistry can earn up to a Bachelors degree. On average, 24% percent of men and 76% percent of women make up the degrees awarded across all college campuses. Forensic Chemistry is most popular in Arizona. The average starting salary for a graduate with a bachelor's degree in Forensic Chemistry is $45,700.
The top ranked institutions for Forensic Chemistry majors include Bowling Green State University-Main Campus, Western Carolina University and Saint Anselm College with 33 students receiving degrees in Forensic Chemistry at Bowling Green State University-Main Campus. Learn more about college options in the table below.