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  • Study abroad or work experience 1 year.
  • Tuition £7,500 to 9,000/year for EU students at British public universities.
  • Bachelor Degree 3 to 4 years
  • HND or Associate Degree 2 years.
  • Top-Up 1 year.

Anthropology Forensic

Forensic Biology

Careers in Government, Hospital, Pharmaceutical or Biotechnology laboratories, Forensic scientist.

  • BSc(Hons) in Forensic Biology, University of Central Lancashire. in-depth forensic investigation studies with specialist techniques from the biological sciences.
  • Biological and Forensic Sciences, Coventry University. This course equips students with the knowledge and skills relevant to the study of human biology and applies rigorous scientific techniques to the forensic investigation of a range of criminal offences.

Forensic & Chemistry

Careers: Forensics, Chemicals industry.

  • Bachelor of Forensic Chemistry, University of Central Lancashire. This course provides education and training in the management and processing of crime scenes and in the collection and analysis of evidence.

Forensic Computing

Careers: Forensic analysts, Security professionals, Computer system managers.

  • Bachelor of Forensic Computing, University of Central Lancashire. Understanding of hardware, operating systems and communications software, attention to detail, creative problem-solving and investigative skills and an appreciation of computer threats and counter-measures and the law relating to computer crime.
  • Bachelor of Forensic Computing, Canterbury Christ Church University. The course parallels developments in the fast-moving area of criminal investigation and include a significant input from police forces and national training bodies.

Forensic Investigation

Careers in the police - civilian or military - or the many domestic and international investigative agencies, Crime Scene Investigators, prison staff and investigation posts, such as investigating fraud.

  • Bachelor in Forensic Science & Criminal Investigation, University of Central Lancashire. You will study Criminal Investigation, Crime Scene Science and Criminalistics and one specialization: Forensic Biology, Forensic Chemistry, Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Computing.
  • Bachelor of Forensic Investigation, Canterbury Christ Church University. Forensic Investigation is a combination of forensic science, law and criminal investigation and can be described as a problem-solving activity. You will develop a solid foundation in forensic science, relevant law, justice and investigative concepts.
  • Bachelor in Forensic Investigations, Coventry University. A highly practical degree that focuses less on laboratory work and more on the practice of identifying and collecting evidence. You will learn investigative techniques and understand how to interpret and present evidence used in the solution of criminal cases.

Forensic Science

Careers: Is available as a free choice module (called an elective), which you can study as part of your degree programme.

  • Bachelor of Forensic Science, University of Central Lancashire. Training in Forensic Investigation; the management and processing of crime scenes, the laboratory-based analysis of evidence, and law for forensic scientists.
  • FdSc in Forensic Science (2 years), University of Central Lancashire. For those wanting maximum flexibility in terms of study and career development. Covers the key areas of crime scene investigation, lab analysis of forensic evidence and presenting evidence in court.

 

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