This honors seminar met on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 to 12:20 in the morning. Our class was lecture based and involved several experiments to help us understand how forensic processes work. Throughout the semester, we learned about the the various techniques used in modern forensic science and how they are used to solve crimes. I chose to take part in this experience because it was a topic in which I have always ben interested. The course exceeded my expectations and helped me get a more in depth comprehension of a topic I enjoy. I got to know a lot of my classmates and got to explore the topic more in depth than I ever expected. This seminar was important to me because even though it really does not have to do with my major, it is still a topic about which I have always been passionate. Being able to create our own crime scenes to analyze was the most fun part of the class. We got to work in groups to create and present our own scenes as well as analyze a scene from the textbook for our final project. These assignments got me thinking more analytically regarding forensics and science in general. They were also a fun way to do group work for class.