You will choose elective modules worth a minimum of 60 credits from the list offered by the Universities of Leicester, Florida and Canberra, with at least 30 credits from Leicester electives.
Up to a maximum of 30 credits may be gained from each theme, to enable you to benefit from studying a broad range of specialisms.
You will make decisions about your elective modules towards the end of Year One in discussion with your tutor.
Please note the portfolio of elective modules may be subject to change.
|Physical evidence theme|
|Weapons of mass destruction||Florida||15|
|Blood distribution and spatter||Florida||15|
|Environmental forensics I||Canberra||15|
|Environmental forensics II||Canberra||15|
|Biological evidence theme|
|Forensic analysis of DNA||Leicester||10|
|Biological evidence and serology||Florida||15|
|Human remains theme|
|Identification of body deposition sites||Leicester||10|
|Introduction to forensic archaeology||Leicester||10|
|Introduction to forensic anthropology||Leicester||10|
|Crime scene management||Leicester||10|
|Forensic science and law||Leicester||10|
|Intelligence gathering and data mining||Leicester||10|