M. Sc. (Forensic Science) SYDNEY AUSTRALIA

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In Thane

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Typology Course
Level Advanced
Location Thane
Duration 2 Years
Start Different dates available
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Forensic science is the application of science to criminal and civil laws. Forensic scientists collect, preserve, and analyze scientific evidence during the course of an investigation. While some forensic scientists travel to the scene to collect the evidence themselves, others occupy a laboratory role, performing analysis on objects brought to them by other individuals.[1]

In addition to their laboratory role, forensic scientists testify as expert witnesses in both criminal and civil cases and can work for either the prosecution or the defense. While any field could technically be forensic, certain sections have developed over time to encompass the majority of forensically related cases.


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03 Lula arcade Bhanu sagar theatre, Kalyan w Thane Mumbai , 421301, Maharashtra, India
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03 Lula arcade Bhanu sagar theatre, Kalyan w Thane Mumbai , 421301, Maharashtra, India
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· What are the objectives of this course?

JOB ORIENTED COURSES Objectives: At the end of the course in Master of Science in Forensic Science the student should be able to. Acquire comprehensive knowledge of Forensic Science including Crime And Criminology; Forensics, Crime And Investigative Techniques; Atomic And Molecular Spectroscopy; Physical, Biological & Chemical Instrumental Methods in Forensic Science; Statistics And Research Methodology; Forensic Medicine & Pathology; Forensic Toxicology & Pharmacology; Forensic Physics; Finger Prints And Other Impressions; Questioned Documents; Forensic Serology; Forensic Biology; Forensic Psychology; Quality Management And Evidence Evaluation; Forensic Engineering; Cyber Forensics and Forensic Ballistics. Ability to communicate the acquired knowledge clearly & with precision. Acquire knowledge of various methods and laboratory techniques.

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What you'll learn on the course

Forensic Degree
Forensic Science
Civil Case
Civil Code
Crimes against life

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Course programme

Module 1 : Introduction to Criminology

Definition & scope of crime and Criminology, Biological cognitive and behavioral correlates of crime, elements of crime- according to Sutherland, Classification of crime according to IPC, Victimology: definition of victim and victimization, types of victimization.

Module 2 : Theories of Criminology

Macro Environmental Theories: Radical Criminological theory, Feminist theory, Power Control Theory, Neurologically Specific Biosocial Theory: Frontal lobe theory, hemispheric theory, Synthesized Theory: Integrated Theory, Evolutionary neuroandrogene theory, Cognitive and early Child Development Environmental Theories: Moral maturation theory, Control theory, Neutralization theory, Social environmental and subculture theories: Differential Association theory, Social learning theory, strain theory and sub-culture of violence theory

Module 3 : Crime Typologies

Economic offences, Organized crime, White collar crime, Occupational crime, Political crime, Habitual criminals, serial crimes and psychotic criminals

Module 4 : Punishment

Definition, types, Controversy regarding death penalty, Principles underlying punishment.

Module 5 : Crime against Women

Harassment & humiliation of women, female victims, motivation of crime against women, self-image, self- esteem and adjustment of the victims, creating awareness in the society

Module 6 : Youth and Crime

Trends and characteristics of crime among the youth, Genesis of youth crime, Typology of Youth criminals, explanation of crime amongst youth

Books Recommended (Latest edition):

1. Ahuja, Ram. Criminology. Jaipur: Rawat, 2000.

2. Meguire, M., R. Morgan and R. Reiner. Oxford Handbook of Criminology. 2nd ed. Lyon: Biddles, 1997.

3. Bajpai, G.S. Development Without Disorders. Sagar: Vishwavidyalaya Prakashan, 2002.

4. Ellis and Walsh. Criminology: A Global Perspective. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 2000.

5. Bacon, M.K., I.L. Child and H. Barry. Cross-cultural Study of Correlates of Crime. J. of Abnormal and Social Psychology.

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