Each fall, the University of New Haven provides a unique on-campus visit opportunity for students interested in our Forensic Science, Criminal Justice, and National Security programs.
All Explore UNH Days for our Forensic Science, Criminal Justice, and National Security programs have concluded for the 2013-14 academic year. Please check back soon for fall 2014 event dates.
If you are interested in visiting the University of New Haven before the fall, please consider attending one of our other on-campus events. To view a complete list of on-campus visit opportunities, please visit www.newhaven.edu/visitunh.
Meet Dr. Henry Lee!
The most famous forensic scientist in the world, Dr. Henry C. Lee has popularized the field of forensic science to a degree unsurpassed, even in fiction. At our Explore UNH Day, you will be able to meet Dr. Lee and hear from him directly about the field of forensic science. You will also learn about his extensive career and some of the famous cases he has worked on.
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Through the assistance of our Federal Agent Advisory Board and current faculty, UNH students have gone on to so many exciting careers. In just the past five years alone, graduates of our program were hired by the FBI, CIA, DEA, ATF, NCIS, Inspector's General Office, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Department of Agriculture, IRS, Secret Service and Border Patrol. Many of these agencies actively seek out and recruit our students because of the long track record of success we have had over the past sixty years!
Established well before most programs existed, the forensic science program at UNH is fully accredited by the Forensic Science Education Programs Accreditation Commission (FEPAC) through the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS). It is one of the nation's most popular programs and on of a select few to hold this accreditation. In addition, our world-renowned faculty brings over 300 years of actual field experience, which they convey to our students in the classroom.