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About us


The first and only Forensic Science International Program in Thailand

Launched in 2004, the Forensic Science Graduate Programme at the Faculty of Science, Mahidol University or "MUSCFS", is "the first and only Forensic Science International Program in Thailand". The programme was developed in collaboration with the Forensic Science Unit, University of Strathclyde in UK, where forensic science has been taught since 1966, the Royal Thai Police Office of Forensic Crime Detection, and the Central Institute of Forensic Science (CIFS).
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Why study "Forensic Science" at the Faculty of Science, Mahidol University?


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"Hands-on experience"

At MUSCFS, we have dedicated facilities (lecture room, laboratory, mock indoor crime scene room, and student room), tools, and equipment to support your learning throughout the programme. Everyone will also have a chance to analyse various kinds of evidence, such as fingerprint, paint, document, drugs, as well as DNA yourself, not just demos!

"Strong scientific research foundation"

The Faculty of Science at Mahidol University is renowned for its strength in research. You will have the opportunity to undertake an independent research project on a topic of interest under supervision of experts in their respective fields relevant to Forensic Science. Solid research skills are beneficial to your future career, whether as a forensic scientist or as a PhD candidate.

"Internationally oriented programme"

Courses are designed to embrace international practices for evidence handling, from crime scene to court (search, recovery, examination, analysis, interpretation, evaluation, and presentation). Moreover, studying in English helps you stay current with the most updated advancements and technologies through a wealth of online resources available at Mahidol University.

"High employability"

Our programme prepares graduates by letting them “sample” different scientific disciplines, so they are equipped with both principal knowledge as well as a broad range of skills employed in a forensic investigation. Past records have shown that more than 95 % of our graduates who came straight from their Bachelor’s degree, found work related to forensic science.

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