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Forensic Science Undergraduate degree

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    Just started this for people who are going to study forensic science in sept/oct 2012 and have any questions

    I've applied for forensic science combined with criminology, but i'm beginning to think that i should have applied for forensic science and investigative analysis :s

    Does anybody know about the courses and what jobs they could lead to? Any advice would be appreciated!
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    Pretty sure this is the wrong forum...
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    (Original post by Ari Ben Canaan)
    Pretty sure this is the wrong forum...
    It's the maths science and technology forum right? Forensic science is science
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    (Original post by 19941994)
    It's the maths science and technology forum right? Forensic science is science
    I think your thread got moved.... When I clicked on it, it was in the Welcome Lounge.
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    I did Forensic Science at Staffordshire Uni, didn't finish the course but it was really good nonetheless. Main job areas include Scene of Crime Officers, Pathology, Toxicology, Anthropology and so on, as well as general lab work.
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    (Original post by Delain)
    I did Forensic Science at Staffordshire Uni, didn't finish the course but it was really good nonetheless. Main job areas include Scene of Crime Officers, Pathology, Toxicology, Anthropology and so on, as well as general lab work.
    oh right thanks why didnt you finish it, if you dont mind me asking?
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    Hey I just acceppted my offers from Abertay (firm) and Greenwich (insurance) for Forensic Science.

    @19941994 at which Uni will you start studying, if you dont mind me asking?
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    *bump*

    I'll be doing Forensics & Criminal Investigation, specialising in Anthropology at UCLan this September
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    I got in for Forensic Science at Abertay.
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    I've applied for criminology and forensic science to


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    Don't think I'm going to meet my firm offer so considering doing either Criminology with Forensic Science or Forensic Psychology at local universities which have lower entry requirements.
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    (Original post by Shokata)
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    I'll be doing Forensics & Criminal Investigation, specialising in Anthropology at UCLan this September
    I have received a conditional offer from uclan for forensic science and anthropology. I haven't decided yet. Do you think it's better to do a biology undergraduate for a career as a forensic anthropologist?
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    Crime scene science at Teesside is amazing


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    Hello Everybody,

    I would like to study forensic science extended four year degree at anglia Ruskin entry requirements are 40 ucas points and 3 gcse including mathes and english

    I have 360 ucas points, 8 gcse A-C grades but have only a D in mathes and I think a D in either English Lit or English Lang, very much regretting my attitude in my younger years towards education but have Doubled awarded C in science wondering if anybody thinks I am applicable to apply?
    And Also if anybody else is studying criminology and sociology and crime and investigative studies? i find the above degrees interesting but wondering if I'd have to find a similar field like crime and Investiagtive studies due to my mathes gcse, please help moiiiii thanks!
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    (Original post by Tamarjude)
    Hello Everybody,

    I would like to study forensic science extended four year degree at anglia Ruskin entry requirements are 40 ucas points and 3 gcse including mathes and english

    I have 360 ucas points, 8 gcse A-C grades but have only a D in mathes and I think a D in either English Lit or English Lang, very much regretting my attitude in my younger years towards education but have Doubled awarded C in science wondering if anybody thinks I am applicable to apply?
    And Also if anybody else is studying criminology and sociology and crime and investigative studies? i find the above degrees interesting but wondering if I'd have to find a similar field like crime and Investiagtive studies due to my mathes gcse, please help moiiiii thanks!
    Good luck! I resat my maths GCSE whilst I was at college doing my alevels as I also only got a D in it at school as well and did a access course to get into Uni but I know a lot of people who do the foundations courses and they have been fantastic at helping them get everything up for start of degree


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    (Original post by MrsGuyMartin)
    Good luck! I resat my maths GCSE whilst I was at college doing my alevels as I also only got a D in it at school as well and did a access course to get into Uni but I know a lot of people who do the foundations courses and they have been fantastic at helping them get everything up for start of degree


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    Thanks for replying maybe there is hope after all! Couldn't wait to leave education and now I really want to studying a degree how funny times change! Enjoy your course! Thanks
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    (Original post by Tamarjude)
    Thanks for replying maybe there is hope after all! Couldn't wait to leave education and now I really want to studying a degree how funny times change! Enjoy your course! Thanks
    I know that feeling now I'm classed as a mature student lol how wrong can they be lol good luck with your studies


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    I got an unconditional offer from University of South Wales (or Glamorgan university, whatever you prefer) 😊

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