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If you do not have the grades for direct entry on to the Forensic Science BSc, you can take Forensic Science with a Foundation Year.
We create ‘crime scenes’ - including using our brand new crime scene house - for you to examine and conduct ‘major incident’ exercises, where you react in real time to an unfolding event.Forensic Science; Evidence and the Scene of the Crime What is forensic science? Identification, characterisation, recovery and weighting of trace evidence types.Historical and legal background of forensic science exchange principles and linkage theory. Crime scene searching methodologies; the integrity and continuity of evidence.You also develop your investigative and laboratory skills.In your second and final years, you expand your knowledge to cover analytical chemistry, forensic archaeology, digital forensics, fires and explosions, and firearms.
Periodic table and inorganic chemistry: Periodic trends in the periodic table: chemical properties, reactivity and compounds across periods 1 and 2, introduction to diagonal relationships; hydrogen and its compounds; Group 1 the alkali metals, their compounds and reactivity; Group 2 the alkaline earth metals, their compounds and reactivity; introduction to redox chemistry; the p-block: Group 13 elements, their properties and reactivity, the inert pair effect, the chemistry of boron; Group 14 elements, properties, compounds and reactivities, carbon and its allotropes; Group 15: the chemistry of the pnictogens, nitrogen, phosphorus and its allotropes; Group 16: the chemistry of the chalcogens; Group 17: the chemistry of the halogens; extension to MO and VSEPR theory; introduction to groups 12 and 18.