BANGOR — Maine’s Husson University is offering four new degree programs beginning next fall.

Husson officials say they’ll be offering bachelor’s degrees in forensic science, software development, environmental science, and hospitality and tourism management.

Husson President Robert Clark says the programs aim to provide students with an education that will lead to lead to a professional career.

The forensic science program will lead to positions with crime laboratories, police departments or in other medical related fields, while the hospitality and tourism management program will provide skills in guest service, tourism and travel.

The environmental science program aims to prepare students for positions with government agencies, private environmental organizations, or graduate school in scientific or policy-related environmental disciplines. The software development program aims to prepare students to develop, create and modify computer software.