Course Schedule

2020


 

Fall 2020
Instruction Begins: September 30th
Orientation and Thesis Presentations: September 24
Finals: Mon-Fri, December 14th-18th
Course CRN Units Course Title Day & Time Instructor
FOR201A 53477 3 Forensic Science-A Fundamentals Mon. 6:00-9:00 PM Dickover
FOR207 34255 3 Forensic Spectroscopy Wed. 6:00-9:00 PM Wood
FOR220 34256 3 Analysis of Toxicants Tues./Thurs. 3:10-4:30 PM Zhang
FOR221L 34257 3 Forensic Instrumentation Lab Thur. 6:00-10:00 PM Triebold
FOR280 34259 3 Forensic DNA Analysis Thurs. 6:30-9:30 PM Von Beroldingen; Nagy
FOR290 34260 1 Seminar in Forensic Science Fri. 4:30-5:30 PM Dickover
FOR290C 34261 1 Graduate Research Conference Mon. – Fri. Dickover
FOR299* Variable 0-18 Research in Forensic Science   Various

 


2021


Winter 2021
Instruction Begins: January 4th
Finals: Mon-Fri, March 15-19th
Course CRN Units Course Title Day & Time Instructor
FOR201B 44302 3 Forensic Science-B Fundamentals Mon. 6:00-9:00 PM Dickover
FOR208 44307 3 Forensic Toxicology Wed. 6:00-9:00 PM Triebold
FOR268 25414 3 Forensic Statistics Thurs. 6:00-9:00 PM Miller
FOR276 25415 3 Population Genetics Tues. 6:00-9:00 PM Rodzen
FOR278 25416 3 Molecular Techniques Mon./Wed. 4:10-5:30 PM Rice; Parker
FOR218 44306 3 Forensic Case Reports Fri. 3:10-6:00 PM Waltonen
FOR290 25418 1 Seminar in Forensic Science Tues. 5:00-6:00 PM Dickover
FOR290C 25419 1 Graduate Research Conference   Dickover
FOR299* Variable 0-18 Research in Forensic Science    

Spring 2021
Instruction begins: March 29th
Thesis Presentations: TBD
Finals: 
Commencement: 
Course CRN Units Course Title Day & Time Instructor
FOR201C 61819 3 Forensic Science-C Fundamentals Mon. 6:00-9:00 PM Dickover
FOR209 61820 3 Forensic Alcohol Thurs. 6:00-9:00 PM Miller
FOR240 61923 3 Homicide Crime Scene Investigation Tues. 6:00-9:00 PM Hess
FOR221L 61820 3 Forensic Instrument Lab Wed. 6:00-10:00 PM Triebold
FOR281 44271 3 Forensic DNA Lab Wed./Thurs.
6:00-9:00 PM
Dickover
FOR290C 44272 1 Graduate Research Conference   Dickover
FOR299* Variable 0-18 Research in Forensic Science    

 

For University holidays and academic dates, refer to the UC Davis Master Academic Calendar.

*Current students: 299 units are to be used for research only. If you plan to take research units in your first year, they should be under your graduate adviser’s name. As soon as you have selected a thesis chair, your remaining units should be under their name. Contact the staff advisor for your course registration number (CRN) for 299 units after you have received email approval from the faculty member from whom you will be taking the units.

Optional campus electives may be useful to your particular research area. Please check the UCD course catalog for class availability and details. Current schedules of campus classes can be found at http://registrar.ucdavis.edu/registration/register/index.cfm. ETX102B fulfills the Quantitative Analysis requirement for California crime labs that require coursework in Quantitative Analysis.

Note: 100 series courses are upper division—a maximum of twelve units can be taken for a graduate degree program. 200 series courses are graduate courses.