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Mulder made his first appearance in the first season pilot episode, broadcast in 1993. Mulder believes in extraterrestrial unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and a government conspiracy to hide or deny the truth of their existence. Mulder considers the X-File and the truth behind the supposed conspiracy so important that he has made them the main focus of his life.
The mysterious disappearance of Mulder's sister and his ensuing search for her became the consuming drive of his life. In 1982, Mulder graduated summa cum laude from Oxford University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. He then graduated with honors from the Quantico FBI Training Academy in 1984. Mulder joined the FBI on October 24, 1986. On graduating from the Academy, Mulder began his work in the Behavioral Science Unit (psychological profiling) under Agent Bill Patterson, with whom he had a testing relationship.
In 1988, the FBI assigned Mulder to the Violent Crimes Unit. Mulder investigated the X-Files by himself until March 1992, when Dana Scully, an instructor at the FBI Academy, was partnered with him for the purpose of applying scientific reasoning to Mulder's work and theories.
Mulder's ultimate goal was to uncover what he believed to be a government conspiracy to hide the truth about alien life, and to find out what had happened to his sister.
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