FEPAC 2016 Accreditation Decisions

At its Annual Meeting, February 18-19, 2016, the Forensic Science Education Program Accreditation Commission (FEPAC) concluded its review of programs seeking FEPAC accreditation.

The accreditation decisions are:

Alfred State - SUNY College of Technology
BS in Forensic Science Technology
     Full Accreditation five (5) Years

Cedar Crest College
MS in Forensic Science
     Full Accreditation five (5) Years

Eastern Kentucky University
BS in Computer Science With a Concentration in Computer Forensics and Security
     Full Accreditation five (5) Years

Loyola University at Chicago
BS in Forensic Science
Probation for a period not to exceed one (1) year
     Standard 3.4 Institutional Support
     Standard 3.5 Faculty

Mansfield University
Accreditation Denied
     Standard 3.2 Mission, Goals, and Objectives
     Standard 3.3 Planning and Evaluation
     Standard 3.5 Faculty
     Standard 3.10 Professional Involvement
     Standard 4.1.1a Natural Science Courses
     Standard 4.1.1c Forensic Science Courses
     Standard 4.1.1d Additional Courses

Towson University
BS in Forensic Chemistry
     Full Accreditation for five (5) years
MS in Forensic Science
     Full Accreditation for five (5) years

University of Central Oklahoma
BS in Forensic Science - Chemistry & Molecular Biology
     Full Accreditation for five (5) years
BS in Forensic Science - Digital Forensics
     Full Accreditation for five (5) years

Virginia Commonwealth University
BS in Forensic Science
     Full Accreditation for five (5) years
MS in Forensic Science
     Full Accreditation for five (5) years

Programs on Conditionl Status:
Arcadia University
Placed on Conditional Status 02/14/2015 for a period not to exceed one (1) year
     Standard 3.5 Faculty
Returned to Full Accreditation status 02/18/2016

 

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