This Single Honours degree in Forensic Science and Criminology allows you to explore how criminal investigations are conducted, how evidence is collected, analysed and presented, as well as how investigations (and the victims and offenders associated with them) fit into the wider criminal justice system.
No. 1In England for Forensic Science Complete University Guide 2021
RecognisedBy the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences
NewState-of-the-art Central Science Laboratories Opened in September 2019
Carlie Whiting, BSc Forensic Science and Criminology
"I definitely feel that the degree course I studied at Keele provided me with an excellent advantage when applying for this job due to the amount of instrumentation we were able to use and the breadth of information we were taught." - read more about Carlie Whiting, BSc Forensic Science and Criminology
Richard Bridgett, BSc Biology and Forensic Science
"After initially graduating I spent time working for the forensic investigations unit of Cheshire Police and for a global pharmaceutical company where I utilised the instrumental skills I acquired through study of chemical analysis." - read more about Richard Bridgett, BSc Biology and Forensic Science
Katherine Gorman - BSc Forensic Science and Neuroscience
"A forensic course is a perfect opportunity for you to explore the different disciplines within forensic science and gain an understanding about which path is right for you. The facilities and knowledge available at Keele is excellent and would provide a great foundation for a career in this industry." - read more about Katherine Gorman - BSc Forensic Science and Neuroscience
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