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Masters Programs in Forensic Science in Oceania 2021

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Forensic science involves many different topics, including fingerprint analysis, DNA mapping, crime scene reconstruction, handwriting examination, criminal psychology and more. Many institutions of higher education offer courses in forensics for students who want to learn more about the legal applications of science.

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3 Results in Forensic Science, Oceania Filter

Master of Forensic Science

University of Technology Sydney
Master
Feb 2021
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Part-time
English
Campus

The Master of Forensic Science prepares students for professional and specialist work in the discipline of forensic science and is designed for professional scientists wishing ...

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Master of Forensic Science (Extension)

University of Technology Sydney
Master
Feb 2021
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2&nbsp;-&nbsp;4 years
English
Campus

The Master of Forensic Science (Extension) prepares students for professional and specialist work in the discipline of forensic science and is designed for professional scient ...

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Master of Philosophy in Forensic Science

University of Technology Sydney
Master
Feb 2021
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2 years
Campus

The Master of Philosophy in Forensic Science provides students with a unique opportunity to undertake original research and gain in-depth knowledge in their chosen area of for ...

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