Forensic Science

Forensic science, an important element of the present day judicial system, put on scientific method to crime investigation. Forensic scientists use knowledge and modern technology from a variety of disciplines to examine crime scene data, and convert it into legally suitable evidence. Forensic science is not limited to just crime scenes, but includes all part of the judicial system.

Academic Entry Requirement

  • Grade 12 – Clear Class XII in Science Stream
  • Graduation – Pursue graduation in any science-related field or B.Sc. Forensic Sciences or Pursue MBBS.
  • After Graduation – Pursue M.Sc. Forensic Sciences or Pursue Post-Graduate Diploma in Forensic Sciences or Pursue MD Forensic Medicine.
  • After Post graduation – Pursue Ph.D.

Degree In

  • BA in Social and Criminal Justice – Forensics
  • BS in Criminal Justice – Forensics
  • MS in Criminal Justice

Who can hire?

Crime laboratories, Police departments and offices, Morgues, Medical examiner offices.

Professional Career

Employment of forensic science experts is expected to grow in the future. Scientific and technological developments are expected to increase the reliability, availability, and usefulness of objective forensic information. Thus, forensic science experts will be able to provide even better value than before. Media have increased the awareness of forensic evidence amongst potential jury member, and there is now ahope that forensic evidence should add to many trials. More forensic science experts will be needed to provide correct forensics information to law enforcement agencies and courts.