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PSM Certificate in Forensic Biology
An Advanced Certificate that adds business and leadership coursework to the current 40 credit M.S. Program in Forensic Biology.
An attractive alternative to on-the-job training or to a 30-credit MBA program.
Current or Past students from the M.S. in Forensic Biology at UAlbany who have passed the written comprehensive examination with a grade of 3.0 or better, OR the equivalent from a comparable program at another college
Each applicant must formally submit a University at Albany standard application including a statement of objectives, 3 letters of recommendation, and graduate transcripts (if not already on file)
Applicants will be ranked by the Forensic Biology Admissions Committee on the quality of their statements, graduate academic records and supporting letters
A minimum of nine earned credits from the list of coursework below. At least six credits of coursework from the Business Group, or from the Policy/Management Group, plus additional credits, if necessary, from any coursework group:
BACC 518 Accounting for Managers (3)
BBUS 523 Presentation Skills (1)
BMGT 513 Organizational Behavior and Managerial Skills (3)
BMGT 514 Human Resources Management (3)
RPAD 501 Public and Nonprofit Financial Management
RPAD 503 (RPUB 503) Principles of Public Economics(4)
RPAD 506 Foundations of Public Management (4)
RPAD 618 Public Personnel Administration (4)
RPAD 622 Methods of Public Policy Analysis (4)
RPAD 626 Evaluation of Public Sector Programs (4)
For additional information, contact Dr. Don Orokos, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: (518) 442-4308.