The UTSA Criminal Justice department forensic science summer camp, in connection with local high schools, was developed to give participants the opportunity to gain hands on knowledge of the forensic sciences. Participants have the opportunity to investigate mock crime scenes, examine fingerprints, and tour local law enforcement facilities. The camp is led by professor Robert Rico, forensics instructor and faculty member for the department of Criminal Justice. The forensic science summer camp is a great way for UTSA, and the Criminal Justice Department to encourage local students to pursue thier goals of advanced degrees and careers in the field of justice policy. If you are interested in attending one of our camps please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the CRJ office.
General Camp Information:
Camp Coordinator: Robert Rico
When: Check back for updates on the 2014 camp.
Where: UTSA Downtown Campus
Who: High school students ages 14-18
Cost of Enrollment: $200