Master of Forensic Sciences

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Course ID
NU205
Online
Yes
On Campus
Yes
Duration
1 Year
Semester
Course Level
500, 600, 700

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into management and consultancy, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.

A Bachelor’s Degree from an Accredited college or University with an overall GPA of 2.5 or better,
or a GPA of 2.75 or higher achieved in the last 90 quarter units with a proficiency in english, TOEFL score of atleast a 79(IBT) or IELTS score of 6 or more

  • Cost per Quarter Unit $430
  • 4.5 unit quarter course $1989
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Whether you are seeking a career specifically in the forensic sciences or hoping to advance your skills in law enforcement, lab work, law, investigation, or another profession, you’ll learn valuable and applicable skills in this leading-edge field with a Master of Forensic Sciences. The program is grounded in the study of basic human anatomy, components of death investigation, analysis of disease and trauma, and identification of unknown dead persons. You’ll learn how to professionally interact with forensic pathologists and investigators, and how to apply scientific methods to the resolution of legal problems.

The master’s in forensic science program provides two areas of specialization. The specialization in Criminalistics includes courses in trace evidence, advanced forensic toxicology, advanced forensic serology and DNA, forensic anthropology and archeology, and more. The specialization in Investigation focuses on advanced forensic investigative techniques for the field, giving you a comprehensive understanding of the concepts underlying the forensic sciences.

Program Learning Outcomes

Explain basic human anatomy, components of death investigation and techniques used for analysis of diseases and trauma, identification of unknown dead bodies; and to professionally interact with the forensic pathologist and medico-legal death investigators.
Apply the technical procedures and methods of collection, preservation, chain of custody, analysis, comparison and report preparation of the biological, trace and toxicological evidentiary evidence.
Analyze the basic principles and the role of crime scene investigators in forensic and legal procedures.
Apply the basic principles of forensic photography, and explain the legal issues related to forensic photography and courtroom or trial presentation.
Apply profiling knowledge and crime scene analysis methods to crime scene variables.
Analyze the legal, ethical, and constitutional tensions between the interests of society, and the rights of individuals in connection with various criminal procedures and contexts.