FACTS offers workshops and short courses in forensic anthropology, search and recovery methods, discrimination between human and non-human bone, histological methods, and advanced methods in forensic anthropology. Many of our courses are accredited by the American Board of Medical Death Investigators and the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.
We can also customize courses to meet your needs.
|Workshops 2019 - 2020||Dates|
|Forensic Art: Facial Reconstruction Sculpture||Sept 14-18, 2020|
|Outdoor Human Remains Recovery||Jan 13-17; June 1-5, 2020|
|Forensic Art: Drawing to Depict the Deceased||TBA Feb 2021|
|Forensic Anthropology Methods||June 8-12, 2020|
|Identifying Human from Nonhuman Bone||August 22, 2020|
|Forensic Entomology and Taphonomy of Texas||June 18-19, 2020|
|Human Osteology||Aug 10-14, 2020|
Registration and Tuition Information
You may reserve a space in the workshop by submitting a deposit. If you are permitted to submit a deposit, there is space in the course. Full tuition is due one month prior to the workshop. No refund will be made thereafter. A 10% administration fee will be deducted for cancellation. Refund requests must be received in writing one month prior to the workshop. No refund will be made thereafter. Transportation, food, and accommodation are not included in tuition.
For registration questions or invoice requests contact Sophia Mavroudas at FACTS@txstate.edu or 512-245-1900.
*Workshops may be cancelled if enrollment is low. A full tuition refund will be provided if cancellation occurs.