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Forensic & Investigative Sciences

College of Agriculture & Life Sciences

We’re preparing students for more than a career as a crime scene investigator, like those glamorized on popular television programs. Here at Texas A&M University, the Forensic and Investigative Sciences program prepares students for careers that involve the collection, preservation, processing and use of evidentiary information to solve problems.

CSI might be the first thing that comes to mind, but also think law, medicine, homeland security, public safety, political science, environmental quality, agriculture, public health, chemistry, anthropology, physics, computer science and business.

Forensic and investigative scientists rely on state-of-the art scientific discoveries and technologies as tools to help them answer critical questions in a variety of settings. Drawing on information from an organism’s environment and ecology—sometimes right down to the molecular level—they analyze and interpret evidence in industrial, regulatory, legal, medical and associated professions.

Forensic & Investigative Sciences

College of Agriculture & Life Sciences

We’re preparing students for more than a career as a crime scene investigator, like those glamorized on popular television programs. Here at Texas A&M University, the Forensic and Investigative Sciences program prepares students for careers that involve the collection, preservation, processing and use of evidentiary information to solve problems.

CSI might be the first thing that comes to mind, but also think law, medicine, homeland security, public safety, political science, environmental quality, agriculture, public health, chemistry, anthropology, physics, computer science and business.

Forensic and investigative scientists rely on state-of-the art scientific discoveries and technologies as tools to help them answer critical questions in a variety of settings. Drawing on information from an organism’s environment and ecology—sometimes right down to the molecular level—they analyze and interpret evidence in industrial, regulatory, legal, medical and associated professions.