Facilities and Labs
The Forensic Sciences Department houses state-of-the-art laboratory facilities that are available to students working on their independent research projects or laboratory assignments. The mass spectrometry lab hosts six researxh instruments, including GC-MS, GC-MS/MS, LC-TOF MS, LC-Orbitrap, tandem LC-MS and CE-MS. The teaching and research lab has an FTIR spectrometer with ATR and micro-FTIR capabilities; it also has PLM microscopes and comparison microscopes for trace evidence analysis.
Off Campus The Digital Forensics degree program is located off-campus at the Arlington Graduate Education Center,
950 N Glebe Road
The facility is conveniently located near the Ballston Metro stop. Visit Arlington Graduate Center for more information.