Savannah State University Partners in a Dual-Degree Program in Forensic Genetics

savannah-stateSavannah State University, the historically Black educational institution in Georgia, has signed an agreement with the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth to offer a dual degree program in forensic genetics.

Students who complete the five-year program will receive a bachelor’s degree in forensic science from Savannah State University and a master’s degree in forensic genetics from the University of North Texas.

A total of 149 credit hours are required for students to complete the dual-degree program. Students will take courses on both campuses.

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