Study Forensic Science at Bradford
The BSc in Forensic Science is a chemistry-based Chemistry with Pharmaceutical and Forensic Science course offered at University of Bradford - School of Life Sciences.
The Division of Chemical and Forensic Sciences at Bradford has a long history in teaching and research, and is reputed for its national leading role in developing undergraduate 'forensic' courses grounded in the core sciences to meet the needs of the professions.
The Forensic Science degree programme covers the full range of core subjects in chemistry together with specialist training targeting the pharmaceutical and forensic professions. The foundations of forensic examination and of drug analysis are established in the first year together with the underlying physical, structural, synthetic and analytical principles underpinning them.
In the second and third years of the course, you develop your knowledge in these core sciences, and an appreciation of the requirements, scope and limitations of forensic investigation of a wide range of physical evidence types.
you will be able to transfer between the 3-year and the 4-year Bachelor (BSc), and from BSc to Master (MChem/MSci) in those courses that offer this pathway up to the end of your second year.
Typical offer (UCAS tariff points): 260
A-level Chemistry minimum grade B, and preferably a second science subject. GCSE English and Maths minimum grade C.
Contact information for University of Bradford - School of Life Sciences
University of Bradford - School of Life Sciences
Richmond Road BD71DP Bradford United Kingdom
Phone no: +44 (0) 1274 232323