Master of Science in Forensic Science, subject area Identification
|Organiser||University of Lausanne - School of Criminal Justice (Faculty of Law and Criminal Justice)
|Degree awarded||Master of Science (MSc) in Forensic Science subject area Identification|
|Final enrolment date||30 April. This programmes starts at the autumn semester only.
Candidates needing a visa to study in Switzerland: 28 February.
|Teaching language||French, some courses in English|
The Master of Science in Forensic Science, subject area Identification, offers in-depth training, both theoretical and practical, in the identification of people or objects.
Transdisciplinary teaching covers the main areas of identification: fingerprinting, DNA analysis, biometrics, detection of traces, firearms and hand-writing/signatures, and lays particular emphasis on statistical methods of interpretation.
The Master of Science in Forensic Science, subject area Identification, is designed to lay the foundations of legal expertise in the field of identification. Practical teaching is therefore strongly oriented towards the resolution of fictitious cases and case analyses. Students are encouraged to consider problems relating to research, detection and identification in investigative and evaluative mode and to conduct their research in the manner of an expert’s report intended for the criminal courts.
|Timetables and course descriptions||Web site of the School of Criminal Justice|
Subject to changes.
The French version prevails.
Last update: 22 April 2013