Crime Scene Investigation (Forensics- Biology)

 
Forensics- Biology
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Forensics-- Biology is a two-credit comprehensive laboratory based exploration of many branches of Forensic Science such as the crime scene, prints, hairs and fibers, forensic anthropology, glass and soil, questioned document

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analysis, blood spatter analysis, entomology, impressions analysis and criminal profiling. Students investigate a variety of crime scenes and develop their ability to make logical, rational inferences by employing the skills common in the discipline
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of biology, as well as practice analytical problem solving techniques used by local Police crime scene task forces and the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Passing biology with a C or better is a prerequisite for this course.

 

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