Support Law Enforcement as a Forensic Biology Laboratory Administrator
If you envision a career that intertwines your passion for forensics with business and leadership, the professional science management advanced graduate certificate in forensic biology can help you accomplish your objectives and add value to your master’s in forensic biology.
Through interdisciplinary coursework and internships in business, policy and management you will build the leadership and communication skills required to enhance law enforcement with a career as a technical manager or administrator in forensic science laboratories.
Program of Study
Learn from top-ranked full-time faculty from UAlbany’s Rockefeller College and School of Business with managerial coursework tailored for forensic leaders.
Structure your program of study to align with your professional aspirations. From understanding financial management and staff supervision to presentation skills and public policy, you will acquire the business leadership aptitude needed to succeed as a manager or administrator.
A minimum of nine earned credits. At least six credits from Business, or at least six credits from Policy/Management, plus additional credits, if necessary, from any group.
- Accounting for Managers
- Presentation Skills
- Organizational Behavior and Managerial Skills
- Human Resources Management
- Public and Nonprofit Financial Management
- Principles of Public Economics
- Foundations of Public Management
- Public Personnel Administration
- Methods of Public Policy Analysis
- Evaluation of Public Sector Programs
Fulfill the internship/portfolio requirement by enrolling in an internship leading to a substantial written report.
You will have ample opportunities to flex your developing skills in leadership and management through integrated training in communication, business and resource management, ethics and other professional areas. Diversify your education with exposure to business, ethics, policy, and other areas outside the traditional scientific realm.
For more information, contact Dr. Donald Orokos at firstname.lastname@example.org.