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B.Sc. Honours in Forensic Science with KPMG Certified Cyber Forensics Professional, CSoFS, UK

Why take this course?

The application of all fields of science into the area of investigation and law is known as forensic science. The B.Sc. program in Forensic Science will give the students a strong foundation in science and its application in the field of investigation. Forensics starts at the scene of crime. The program emphasises on the importance of crime scene investigation and presentation of evidence. Ultimately, the evidence collected at the scene of crime is to be brought to court to help in the case either convicting the accused or acquitting the accused ethically. The students are effectively trained in specific areas like crime scene investigation, fingerprint development and analysis, signature analysis, handwriting analysis, DNA profiling, toxicological analysis, cyber forensics etc. Being a field related to Criminal Justice, the program also highlights the importance of ethics as a working professional.

What will I experience?

What opportunities might the Course lead to?


Degree Awarded

Bachelor of Science

Course Commencement

June 2020

Eligibility

The minimum qualification required to apply is a pass in the 10+2 examination in Science from PUC / ISC / CBSE or equivalent board with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as core subjects.

Study Campus

Admissions Office



Curriculum Structure & Teaching

Semester I
  • English – I
  • General Forensic Science
  • Forensic Physics
  • Forensic Chemistry
  • Introduction to Forensic Biology
  • Forensic Physics Lab
  • Forensic Chemistry Lab
  • Introduction to Forensic Biology Lab
  • Forensic Accounting Auditing
  • Police Administration
Semester II
  • English – II
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Basics of Computer Science
  • Crime Scene Management
  • Victimology
  • Introduction to Psychology – Lab
  • Basics of Computer Science – Lab
  • Crime Scene Management Lab
  • Mind Management and Human Values

 

Semester III
  • Questioned Document Examination
  • Introduction to Security and Vigilance
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice System
  • Questioned Document Examination Lab
  • Environmental Studies
  • Clinical Biochemistry
  • Human Resource Management
  • Clinical Biochemistry Lab
  • Trace Evidence
  • Forensic Photography
  • Trace Evidence Lab
Semester IV

  • Forensic Computing
  • Instrumentation
  • Forensic Toxicology
  • Fingerprints and Impressions
  • Forensic Computing Lab
  • Forensic Toxicology Lab
  • Fingerprints and Impressions Lab
  • Communicative English
  • Introduction to Elements of Entrepreneurship
  • Internet and HTML
  • Internet and HTML Lab