FRS 100(E) - Introduction to Forensic Science (Non-Majors)
MassTransfer Block Code: Natural & Physical Laboratory Science
This course is intended for non science majors. The course covers basic techniques used in criminalistics. Topics include types of physical, chemical, and biological evidence, as well as the legal system and forensic science, and crime scene processing. Virtual and hands on laboratories allow students the opportunity to identify, examine, and assess forensic evidence using various physical, chemical, and biological techniques.
Note: This course does not count towards the Forensic Science major(X074). Forensic Science majors must take FRS 101 . Students can not receive credit for both FRS 100 and FRS 101 .
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