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This joint degree program allows students to first complete the A.S. degree in Science for Forensics at BMCC and then transfer to the B.S. degree program in Forensic Science at John Jay College.

VIDEO: Where Science and Law Intersect
Science Professors Jayant and Kosky describe the new Science for Forensics program, as well as the services and support available to minority students.

Students who successfully complete the A.S. degree do not have to apply for transfer admission as they are conditionally admitted to John Jay when they enroll in the program at BMCC. See BMCC's Science for Forensics program requirements

Support Services

BMCC has developed an array of support programs to help minority students find success at both BMCC and John Jay, including Peer Mentors and Advisors and a Pre-Freshman Summer Immersion Program. Learn more about BMCC's Title V Science for Forensics support services

The Forensic Scientist

The forensic sciences form a vital part of the entire justice and regulatory system. Forensic scientists are involved in all aspects of criminal cases, and the results of their work may serve either the defense or the prosecution. More About Forensic Scientists

According to the U.S Department of Labor, demand for forensic scientists is on the rise, even during these tough economic times. More About Job Opportunities for Forensic Scientists

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