ANAB Accredited DNA Laboratory
MUFSC is accredited by the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB), which is the longest established provider of ISO accreditation to forensic science testing laboratories in the United States. Our laboratory is an ISO/IEC 17025 compliant DNA testing laboratory.
In addition, our Forensic DNA Laboratory provides databasing services to the forensic science community. Our laboratory is accredited by ANAB, which recognizes our compliance with federally mandated Quality Assurance Standards for the analysis of DNA-STR by capillary electrophoresis for database samples.
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FEPAC Accredited Graduate Program
In February of 2005 our Forensic Science Graduate Program was awarded full Forensic Science Education Programs Accreditation Commission (FEPAC) accreditation, through the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS), for a length of five years. Our accreditation was renewed in 2010 and 2015, consistently distinguishing the quality of our Forensic Science Graduate Program. Our Master of Science degree program is also the first in the nation to be FEPAC accredited for Digital Forensics.
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AccessData Academic Program
MUFSC Digital Forensics Programs are AccessData® Forensics Academic Partners. This program offers students the knowledge and skills necessary to install, configure, and effectively use the combined abilities of Forensic Toolkit® & its suite of products. Through this program, students learn how to locate and examine email messages, deleted files, free space and file slack. Additionally, students learn how to search for and export graphic files, export and gain access to encrypted files from multiple industry-standard applications, document digital media information, work with multiple forensic image formats and much more.
Students will walk away from our AccessData® Academic Program knowing how to conduct an effective Windows-based investigation, using Forensic Toolkit® to locate and analyze Windows artifacts, such as: data found in the Recycle Bin, file metadata and OLE items, print spool data and remnants, Windows logs and link files, as well as data carved from unallocated space.
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