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BTEC National Diploma in Applied Science Forensic Science

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BTEC National Diploma in Applied Science (Forensic Science) Course Content: The course is made up of 18 units - Main components of the course are: Fundamentals of Science, Scientific Investigation, Medical Physics Techniques, Mathematics for Science Technicians, Working in the Science Industry, Criminology, and Criminal Investigations Procedures. Progression: BTEC qualifications are recognised by employers and may enable progression to a career in a forensic laboratory, laboratory research, scientific technology or academic laboratory work. Alternatively students may progress to university to take a degree in Forensic Science, Forensic Science and Biological Anthropology, Biochemistry & Forensic Science or Psychology & Forensic Science. Awarding Body: EDEXCEL Exam: Continual assessment through a range of assessments including: investigations, practical work, reports, presentations, posters and portfolio. Qualification: BTEC National Diploma in Applied Science (Forensic Science) Level: 3 Duration: Two years full-time study. Please Note: Courses are offered subject to viability of group size as defined by Southport College. The information in this leaflet is accurate at the date of printing only. Please refer to Southport College for confirmation.

BTEC National Diploma in Applied Science (Forensic Science) Course Content: The course is made up of 18 units - Main components of the course are: Fundamentals of Science, Scientific Investigation, Medical Physics Techniques, Mathematics for Science Technicians, Working in the Science Industry, Criminology, and Criminal Investigations Procedures. Progression: BTEC qualifications are recognised by...

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