Crime Scene Investigation Forensic Science Program
DATES: **The CSI program is on hiatus for Summer 2017 and will return in Summer 2018.**
This year there is an alternative option for learning about forensic science: the MST@MSU program is offering Forensic Science as a class option this Summer!
The CSI Forensic Science Crime Scene Program at Michigan State University is a residential and commuter program. The curriculum is intended for academically able students who are currently in 7th, 8th, or 9th grade (during the 2015-16 school year) and at least 12 years old. Students will be working in a university setting with professionals who work in the field of forensic science.
Forensic science is the application of science for the purposes of law. Students, through a variety of educational presentations and hands-on experiences, will learn how their acquired scientific knowledge can be applied to criminal investigation. Throughout the week, students will have the opportunity to apply their creativity and investigative skills working as a CSI with real crime scene equipment on several mock crime scenes.
|1:00-2:30 pm||Registration at the residential hall|
|3:00-4:00 pm||Orientation for students, parents, faculty, and staff|
|Monday - Friday|
|Classes held Monday – Friday|
|8:30 - 9:30 am||Students have breakfast at hall, then check out of the residential hall|
|10:00 am-noon||Closing program for participants, parents, and guardians|
|7:00 am||Wake up|
|8:30-11:00 am||Academic class/lecture|
|12:30-4:30 pm||Academic class/fieldwork: All students return to Mason Hall|
|5:30 pm||Dinner for residential students|
|7:00-9:30 pm||Study period or planned group activity for residential students|
|10:30 pm||All students in rooms/lights out|