About the course
At Hull, we don’t just teach you the theory. You'll go beyond the classroom to investigate mock crime scenes, analyse evidence in labs and learn how to present it in a court of law. In short, you'll gain the skills to become a competent and confident forensic scientist.
The programme's core biomedical science disciplines will give you a firm understanding of biological sciences' application to medicine. Other modules focus on forensic and analytical science topics including psychological aspects of criminal behaviour, archaeology, anthropology and crime scene analysis.
You'll learn the theory and application of forensic laboratory methods. And you'll learn how to record evidence and all aspects of experimentation; how to manage data, interpret evidence and present your findings in scientific, medical and legal contexts.
You'll also be able to utilise the range of relevant expertise and facilities at Hull. You'll relish our relationships with chemistry, social sciences, exercise science and psychology while learning in an environment that lends itself to the study of humans in health and disease.