BIOL 3331 - Biomedical Criminalistics
Credit hours: 3
Descriptions: Survey of the various forensic sciences with emphasis on direct examination of human remains and directly related biological evidence; e.g. anthropology, pathology, odontology. Students learn how cases arise; i.e. how remains are located, recovered, and processed. Supporting biological, clinical, and physical sciences will also be covered; e.g. toxicology, entomology, DNA science, forensic geology/palynology, and remote sensing.
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 1710 or BIOL 1720.
Course typically offered: Fall, Spring