This course is ideal for those with an enquiring mind, a deep interest in science and a curiosity about how and why things happen. You will develop the ability to judge the importance of physical evidence based on incident scene observation and the results of laboratory tests. On this course you will develop the ability to judge the importance of physical evidence based on incident scene observations and the results of laboratory analysis. Studying Forensic Science will enable you to; understand crime scene science; use case studies to highlight the range of approaches required in forensic investigations as well as analytical instruments, microscopy and the English legal system and find out how the acquisition of crime scene evidence is studied as well as genetic identification. • • • Why study Forensic Science at Nottingham Trent University? • • • We’re one of the top universities for offering placements. Our courses offer placement opportunities in the UK or abroad, giving you real-life experience employers are looking for, recent placements include East Midlands Support for Operations Unit (EMSOU)- Forensic Services, South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, and Asaan Police and City Hall (Netherlands). • We’ve got an excellent employability record. Over 94% of NTU graduates are employed or engaged in further study six months after leaving. • We have inspiring learning environments. You will learn in some of the best teaching labs in the UK and we have an on-campus Crime Scene Training facility to take your practical skills to the next level. • We provide innovative accredited courses. Our courses accredited by the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences guaranteeing that our courses are relevant to industry. • Get an international perspective. You can gain an international angle on Forensics by taking an exchange with our partner University in Canada. • Reap the membership benefits. Year One students gain free student eMembership of the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences. • You'll be ready to start. All new students will be provided with Crime Scene Investigation personal protection equipment (PPE), lab coats and safety equipment.