Forensic Science Schools in Michigan

School Program Admissions
Arizona State University Online Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science
Teaches you how to interpret evidence and solve crimes using the latest science and technology, learning professional forensic science techniques and gaining experience investigating crimes. Prepares you to work in crime labs at the local, state and federal levels.
Maryville University Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Psychology
Learn foundational principles of psychology and their application in the criminal justice system. No SAT or ACT scores required.
Arizona State University Online Professional Science Master’s in Forensic Science (PSM)
Best suited for professionals currently in forensic science fields, the forensic science master’s program is designed to help you advance your career and develop skills related to leadership roles.
Utica University BS in Cybersecurity - Digital Forensics and Incident Response
2-4 Years; 100% Online; 3 Specializations
Concordia University - Saint Paul MAHS in Forensic Behavioral Health
Coursework focuses on key topics like research, psychopathology, ethics, and cultural awareness.
Carlow University Master of Science in Fraud & Forensics
Utica University MS in Cybersecurity - Digital Forensics
The University of Scranton Master of Accountancy - Forensic Accounting
Gain the skills necessary for CPA licensure and the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) test.

FEPAC Accredited Forensic Science Degrees in Michigan

The following forensic science programs have a campus location in Michigan and are accredited by FEPAC (American Academy of Forensic Sciences Forensic Science Education Programs Accreditation Commission).

Madonna University

  • BS in Forensic Science FEPAC Accredited

Michigan State University

East Lansing
  • MS, Forensic Biology and Forensic Chemistry Tracks FEPAC Accredited