BSc Forensic Biology

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  • Objectives
    The biological aspects of forensics are the fastest growing area of forensic applications in both criminal and civil cases. As such, there is and will continue to be a high demand for graduates skilled in biological molecular sciences and the analysis of biological forensic data. This course is designed to meet this demand as well as reflect how the use of science can provide evidence in legal investigations.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements Minimum of two A2 levels in science subjects at grade C; minimum of Advanced Vocational A level Double Award in Science at grades CC. Equivalent qualifications will also be considered.
  • Academic title
    BSc Forensic Biology
  • Course description
    BSc Forensic Biology


    Credit Level 4

    -Biosciences Skills and Analysis 1 and 2
    -Cell Biology
    -Human Physiology
    -Molecular Biology and Genetics
    Options, choose one from:
    -Basic Microbiology
    -Introduction to Biomedicine
    -Principles of Drug Action

    Credit Level 5

    -Analytical Techniques
    -Forensics and the Law
    -Recombinant DNA Applications
    -Research Methods
    -Techniques in Forensic Biology
    Options, choose two from:
    -Molecular Genetics
    -Physiology for Biomedicine
    -Proteins and Enzymes
    -The Immune System

    Credit Level 6

    -Forensic Evidence and the Law
    -Medical Forensic Biology
    -Molecular Applications in Forensic Biology
    -Processes in Pathology
    -Project (double module)
    Options, choose one from:
    -Topics in Human Biochemistry
    -Work Experience and Career Management

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