Completion of pre-professional courses
Completion of general education coursework or an Associate of Arts (AA) degree
Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT)
Foreign language required can be completed by one of the following:
6.06 Lab Questions
1. Where is Herculaneum located? What happened to the city?
Herculaneum is located under the thriving Roman Empire and neighbors
Pompeii. These cities are perched on the shore of the Mediterranean and
were buried alive when Mount Vesuvi
6.07 Discussion Questions
1. Do you think you would like to work to work at the Body Farm? Why or why
Im not sure Id actually enjoy working at the Body Farm but I like to try
new things so I would definitely try it out to see if Id like it or not. Wh
Hair, blood, and fingerprints are often valuable physical evidence in a crime scene
investigation. Each one provides an opportunity to find individual characteristics
that can be linked to an individual through DNA or individual finger
Identifying and Collecting Fingerprints
When a latent print has been discovered and made visible, forensic scientists have
to preserve this evidence. Close up photography, particularly using cameras
especially adapted to photographing fingerprints, is oft
Types of Fingerprints
Fingerprints can be classified into three different categories: loops, whorls, and
arches. Loop fingerprints are characterized by ridge lines that enter on one side,
loop around, and exit on the same side. About 60 to 65 percent of t
The use of fingerprints in criminal investigation rests on the premise that the
likelihood of finding two sets of identical fingerprint patterns is extremely small.
This idea has been upheld in court as well as the in the millions of ind
4.07 Discussion Questions
I believe changing technologies are making it easier to determine who is responsible for a
crime. Advancements to technologies are serving physical evidence purpose by providing
tests that lead authorities to suspects. Ther
3.07 Discussion Questions
1. Do you think physical evidence has increased in importance over the last several decades, with
advancements in technology and testing procedures? Why or why not?
I believe physical evidence has increased in importance over the
Finding visible and plastic prints at a crime scene is not usually that difficult.
These fingerprints are visible to the naked eye, after all. Latent prints can provide
more of a challenge, but new technologies are making it easie
1. Do you think changing technologies are making it easier to determine who is
responsible for a crime? Why or why not?
Yes, with all the new technology it definitely makes it easier. It has become
easier because the technology can use things you wouldnt
1) The four pieces of evidence are a cotton fiber, a foot print, blood, and a partial
prints, and they are physical evidence because the all demonstrate physical
2) I think the footprint would be class evidence because all of their evidenc
December 24, 2015
To Whom It May Concern,
Please excuse, JAZZMINE SADE ARCHAT, from work/school for the following dates
12/24/2015-12/29/2015. After being examined in our offices on DECEMBER 24, 2015
and being administered medicine, she needs to be out of
Module Three: Text Questions
1. What are the four types of evidence in a criminal investigation?
physical, documentary, demonstration, and testimony.
2. What are individual characteristics? Give an example of an individual characteristic?
Module Five: Discussion Questions
1. What do you think would be the most interesting aspect of working with firearm evidence?
What do you think would be the most challenging part?
collecting and preserving bullets and firearms, analyzing evidence and find
Module Two: Discussion Questions
1. What do you think would be the toughest part about securing a crime scene or collecting
I believe the toughest part about securing a crime scene would be if the crime scene was in a public
area. I think t
A1 : forensic science is any science that is used for criminal justice purposes.
A2: collecting evidence, performing test on evidence, interpreting evidence.
A3: education degrees, # of years of experience, professional organizations, books and
Module Nine: Text Questions
1. What are club drugs? What are some of the factors that support the use of club
drugs? Club drugs are synthetic drugs produced to what people think is to make
the experience better.
2. What are screening test
Module Eleven: Text Questions
1. What is toxicology?
Toxicology is the study of poisons, toxins, and other chemicals that create adverse symptoms or
reactions in humans.
2. Who was Mathieu Orfila?
Was a man who published one of the first
Module Sixteen: Text Questions
1. What are Internet cookies? What are they used for? What information can forensic
scientists gain from them?
Cookies are files that are put on a computer by some websites when someone is on them
Module Fifteen: Lab Questions
The Real CSI <- your first lab link
1. What are some of the differences between crime scene investigations on TV and
those that occur in real life? What are some of the similarities?
Machines don't make a match people do
Running Head: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF REENTRY PROGRAMS
The Effectiveness of Reentry Programs
Nova Southeastern University
Research and Evaluation
December 3, 2015
The Effectiveness of Reentry Programs
What is Borderline Personality
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a serious mental
illness marked by unstable moods, behavior, and
relationships. In 1980, the Diagnostic and Statistical
Manual for Mental Dis
January 26, 2016
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Barbara Archat Exercise #12
I would like to be able to communicate with my husband without arguing.
I would ask how I can be an expert in my life, what qualifies me for that?
I am solution driven, so this is my desired approach.
I dont know if
Thank you for taking the time to review my application for the Masters in
Public Relations program in the Communications Department. My name is Barbara
Archat and I have just completed my undergraduate studies at Nova Southeastern
University. I graduated
1.There were four different types of evidence physical evidence, testimony,
demonstrative evidence, and documentary evidence.
2. Individual characteristics are the evidence with characteristics that are
used to trace the investigator back to the person or