Forensic Science is the application of all areas of science to assist law enforcement agencies to detect criminal activity and to support the legal system to make just decisions where scientific evidence is presented in a court of law. You will be introduced to a wide range of scientific disciplines that are involved in the detection of criminal activity.
You will be provided with theoretical and practical training covering crime scene science, toxicology, chemistry and molecular biology. This course draws on the School’s international reputation for forensic archaeology, anthropology, genocide investigation and toxicology.
This course has been designed to be one of the most relevant and modern forensic science degrees on offer. A recent theme at international conferences has been mass disasters and therefore this BSc (Hons) Forensic Science course has been designed realising that many forensic investigators work on tsunami, earthquake, genocide or mass transport cases rather than typical crime scenes.
260 to 320 tariff points, including 100 from one required subject (e.g. B at A-level), or equivalent qualifications. BTEC Extended Diploma DMM - DDM.
Introduction to Forensic Investigation
Topics in Contemporary Science
Reporting, Investigative and Practical Skills
Introduction to Toxicology
Forensic Law & Practice
Applied Geospatial Science
Advanced Forensic Science
Independent Research Project
The School of Applied Sciences has an internationally renowned reputation for producing highly skilled practitioners with excellent career opportunities. Graduates from our forensic courses have gone on to work in all parts of the discipline including forensic science labs, hospital laboratories , crime scene investigation, local authority enforcement agencies others have specialised via masters courses.
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