CSI In Action!
The Certificate in Forensic Anthropology (CAFA) provides you with a strong background in forensic anthropology/ You'll learn to use standard scientific techniques to identify human remains and assist in the detection of crime. This certificate, in combination with appropriate Associate and Bachelor’s degrees, will help make you competitive for a variety of job opportunities, including crime scene analyst, forensic anthropologist, forensic scientist, and crime lab technician.
The CAFA program is a joint program offered by Leeward CC and UH - West O‘ahu. The Certificate is awarded by UHWO upon the completion of all requirements.
|Leeward Community College|
|BIOL 100 Human Biology
or BIOL 171 + Lab Intro to Biology (4)
|ANTH 215 + Lab Physical Anthropology||4|
ANTH 297 + Lab Human Skeletal Biology
|University of Hawai‘i –West O‘ahu|
|ANTH/HPST 380 Field Archaeology||3|
|ANTH 415 Human Ecological Adaptation||3|
|ANTH 459 Forensic Investigations||3|
|ANTH 460 Advanced Techniques in ForensicAnthropology||3|
|PUBA 309 Criminal Law and Procedures||3|
|SSCI/PUBA 490 Practicum||3|
|Total Certificate Credits||30|
Program Coordinator (UHWO)
falgout [at] hawaii [dot] edu
Leeward CC Contact
millerg [at] hawaii [dot] edu