Biological Forensics, 7.5 Credits
In the course, biological aspects of forensics will be covered. The methods used to identify and evaluate biological materials such as human, animal or plant remains, and DNA traces will be covered in the course. The course also addresses how biological materials can be used as evidence and interpreted from a scientific perspective.
Furthermore, basic physiology and basic genetic variation are discussed, with an emphasis on methods for different applications. During the course, the student will be trained in laboratory skills that are important for the interpretation and analysis of biological material.
Level of education
First cycle, has at least 60 credits in first-cycle course/s as entry requirements (G2F)
School of Science and Technology
When is the course offered?
Prerequisites: University studies in Biology and Chemistry equivalent to 60 Credits comprising at least 10 Credits in Cell Biology, 7,5 Credits in Physiology and 2,5 Credits in Mechanistic Toxicology (or 2.5 credits in Doping, Drugs of Abuse and Forensic Analysis).
Selection: Guaranteed place
Application code: X5705