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Applied Science (Forensics)

Brooklands College

UCAS Code: H400 | Higher National Certificate - HNC

Entry requirements


GCSE English and Mathematics at Grade C or above or equivalent AND 80 UCAS points including a minimum of 72 UCAS points from at least 2 A levels or equivalent. • Post-16 qualifications should include Biology or Chemistry at A-Level. • The Access to HE (Science) Diploma is also accepted. You will need to have achieved 36 credits in Science based subjects at Level 3, of which 18 credits will be Merit. You will also have to pass Math’s & English at minimum Level 2.

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Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2022

HNC Applied Science (Forensics)

Modules

Unit 1: Fundamentals of Laboratory Techniques
Unit 2: Scientific Data Handling Approaches and Techniques (Pearson Set)
Unit 3: Regulation and Quality in the Applied Sciences
Unit 4: Cell Biology
Unit 6: Anatomy and Human Physiology
Unit 17: Fundamentals of Biochemistry
Unit 21: Criminal Investigation
Unit 23: Psychology in the Forensic Setting (Optional)
Unit 24: Sampling and Sample Preparation
Unit 27: Analysis of Scientific Data and Information
Unit 28: Applied Sciences Research Project
Unit 30: Molecular Biology and Genetics
Unit 33: Analytical Techniques for Forensic Science
Unit 34 Forensic Evidence Collection and Preservation
Unit 35: Analytical Chemistry
Unit 50: Toxicology
Unit 59: Genetic Analysis

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Course location:

Brooklands College

Department:

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