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  • Forensic Science | BSc (Hons) | University of Lincoln

The first Canadian Masters of Science in Forensic Science has been designed for you to learn and implement best practices in forensic science.

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• A critical review of peer review and verification in the forensic sciences
This module looks at the final stage of the forensic process and the presentation of evidence. The module will consider best practice in presenting evidence in visual and oral forms including mock courts. This module also aims to develop students' project planning and independent learning skills to enable them to devise a research project, drawing on the skills they have developed throughout the programme. Students can look at developing their capacity for the critical appraisal of scientific literature, to construct research aims and objectives and how to plan an appropriate programme of research for the area under investigation. Research governance will also be examined including research ethics, COSHH and risk assessments and their importance in order to safely and appropriately carry out a programme of research. Students will also have the opportunity to further develop their skills in the use of IT for presentation.

Biomedical Forensic Science, Masters ..

Forensic pathology is the scientific study of how people are injured or how they die. Autopsies are normally performed by physicians with training in forensic pathology.
This module provides students with an opportunity to put into practice the techniques they have learned regarding project management, literature review, data collection and analysis and reporting, with a focus on the public understanding of forensic science. Students can work in groups to identify a technique that is frequently used within forensic investigations, but is also known to the general public. Examples could include DNA fingerprinting, fingermark analysis, gunshot residue, fire debris analysis or analysis of drugs.

 

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Forensic science is an intense field that combines knowledge of the law, a deep understanding of the physical sciences, and your intuition
This module looks at the final stage of the forensic process and the presentation of evidence. The module will consider best practice in presenting evidence in visual and oral forms including mock courts. This module also aims to develop students' project planning and independent learning skills to enable them to devise a research project, drawing on the skills they have developed throughout the programme. Students can look at developing their capacity for the critical appraisal of scientific literature, to construct research aims and objectives and how to plan an appropriate programme of research for the area under investigation. Research governance will also be examined including research ethics, COSHH and risk assessments and their importance in order to safely and appropriately carry out a programme of research. Students will also have the opportunity to further develop their skills in the use of IT for presentation.

Forensic Pathology Report on Jesus. Discussion of scientific examinations of the testimony and evidence about Jesus by forensic pathologists and physicians.
This module aims to provide the necessary background in anatomy and physiology to understand the structure and functions of the human body and its associated organs. The module aims to promote an introductory understanding of human physiology relevant to forensic and investigative sciences and provide a basic knowledge of human anatomy and the development of teeth.


Applied Forensic Sciences | Mercyhurst University

This module aims to provide the necessary background in anatomy and physiology to understand the structure and functions of the human body and its associated organs. The module aims to promote an introductory understanding of human physiology relevant to forensic and investigative sciences and provide a basic knowledge of human anatomy and the development of teeth.

Quality Academics | Arcadia University

In years one and two, students are introduced to the principles of forensic science and crime scene investigation alongside key aspects of biology and analytical sciences. The final year offers students the chance to study specialist areas of forensic science and to develop their skills in the presentation of evidence.

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This module introduces students to the forensic process (crime scene to court) and professional practice in forensic science. This is put into the context of the legal system of England and Wales and the requirements and expectations of forensic science, those that work in the field and the expert witness. The module aims to develop fundamental skills in mathematics and IT which will underpin other modules within the programme. The module will also look to develop transferable skills including knowledge of health and safety.

Forensic Pathology Report on Jesus - God On the Net

This module introduces students to the forensic process (crime scene to court) and professional practice in forensic science. This is put into the context of the legal system of England and Wales and the requirements and expectations of forensic science, those that work in the field and the expert witness. The module aims to develop fundamental skills in mathematics and IT which will underpin other modules within the programme. The module will also look to develop transferable skills including knowledge of health and safety.