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CHEM2100 - Intro To Forensic Science
Summer 2013

This course introduces the student to the forensic science profession. Forensic scientists work in a laboratory setting, where they apply the principles and techniques of scientific analysis to the study of crime scene or accident scene evidence. Course topics include techniques used for the identification and analysis of body fluids, hair, fibers, latent fingerprints, firearms, documents, and photographs. Laboratory experiments emphasize DNA analysis, chemical techniques, microscopy, and the use of spectroscopic instrumentation.
Prerequisites: CHEM1210 and CHEM1215 Co-requisite: CHEM2150
3 Credits

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CHEM2100-A Intro To Forensic Science
21 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: M W F
  Add to Planner     Location: Moon Room: Hale Center 201
    Time: 10:45-11:35 am Instructor: Badger
    Session: 1 (01/12 - 05/02/15) Term: Spring 2015
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      Prerequisites: CHEM1210 and CHEM1215 Co-requisite: CHEM2150