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Forensics involves analysing substances to discover what they are made of, or where they came from. It is famously used in crime solving, though is also employed in monitoring pollutants and in chemistry research.
The course content includes crime scene investigation, criminal law, forensic investigative methods and case studies, coupled with scientific methods used in forensic laboratories including materials and drug analysis, and DNA technology.
Careers or Further Progression...
Students completing this course will have attained a wide range of skills that will enable them to obtain employment in the public and private sectors including forensics, pharmaceuticals, food, environmental and biomedical sectors.
Graduate may go on to develop careers in a diverse range of fields for which a forensic investigation and analytical science education would provide a firm foundation.
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