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Curriculum (Plan A2)

  (Effective Year 2018)
Courses are designed to embrace international practices for evidence handling, from crime scene to court (search, recovery, examination, analysis, interpretation, evaluation, and presentation).

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"Hand-on experience in Crime Scene Investigation"

Curriculum Structure
Required courses 16 Credits
Elective courses ≥ 8 Credits
Thesis 12 Credits
Total ≥ 36 Credits
Course Requirements
Course ID Course Title (*) Credit(s)
Required Courses (16 Credits)
SCFS 518 Criminalistics 3
SCFS 534 Principle of Crime Scene Investigation 2
SCFS 535 Practical Skills in Crime Scene Investigation 2
SCFS 536 Forensic Science Profession 2
SCFS 537 Statistics for Evidence-based Evaluation 1
SCFS 538 Forensic DNA Analysis 2
SCFS 539 Forensic Chemistry and Toxicolygy 2
SCFS 540 Critical Reading and Presentation Skills 1
SCID 518 Generic Skills in Science Research 2
Elective Courses (≥ 8 Credits)
SCFS 516 Toxicology 2
SCFS 519 Selected Topics in Forensic Science 2
SCFS 520 Current Topics in Forensic Science 2
SCFS 521 Seminar in Forensic Science 1
SCFS 522 Selected Topics in Forensic Medicine 2
SCFS 523 Principles of Explosive and Fire Scene Investigation 1
SCFS 524 Fingerprints 1
SCFS 527 Bloodstain Pattern Analysis 2
SCFS 532 Detection of Impressions and Marks 1
SCFS 541 Molecular Biology and Genetics for Forensic Science 2
SCFS 542 Instrumental Analysis Skills in Forensic Chemistry 2
Thesis
SCFS 698 Thesis 12
*Course Descriptions