Graduate Minor in Forensic Trends and Issues in Contemporary Healthcare

About the Graduate Minor

NOTE: No applications will be accepted for the 2022-2023 academic year. Please check back in summer 2023 for an update. 

The graduate minor examines contemporary trends and issues related to the wide range of interpersonal violence, crime, and sudden violent death that may be encountered in a variety of healthcare settings. Theoretical tenets, methods for assessment, and related implications for intervention and/or referral will be examined from a multifaceted perspective, including that of the offender, crime victim, families, and the healthcare community at large.

Admission Requirements

  • Current enrollment in a master's program at Drexel University
  • GPA of 3.0 and above
  • Standardized tests: None
  • Transcripts: Not required
  • Prerequisites: N/A
  • References: Not required
  • Personal statement/essay: Personal statement describing interest in minor and relevance to career goals
  • Interview/portfolio: Not required

Program Requirements

IPS 519Forensic Science Foundations 3.0
IPS 528Victimology – Contemporary Trends3.0
IPS 533Forensic Mental Health3.0
IPS 670Interdisciplinary Perspectives of Health Law3.0
Total Credits12.0
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