Forensic science is the application of applied science to matters of both civil and criminal law. In practice this draws upon different areas of science to identify and evaluate physical, chemical and biological evidence. Forensic scientists present their findings as expert witnesses in a court of law.
At Keele University, you can study Forensic Science as a Single or Combined Honours BSc Programme with another subject and a 4-year Forensic Science MSci Programme with the ability to change during your studies. For more information about our courses please visit our study pages.
Academics at Keele have a wealth of expertise in a variety of topics to provide research-led quality teaching, particularly in the fields of Forensic Chemistry, Forensic Biology, Crime Investigations, Forensic Search and Forensic Anthropology/Taphonomy/Archaeology.
Impressive laboratory, DEFRA-approved outdoor taphonomic facilities , Crime Scene Centres with varying scenarios and a large campus used for teaching, learning and research activities make this a very attractive place to study Forensic Science.
Studying Forensic Science at Keele
Lennard-Jones School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
ST5 5BG, UK
Phone (School Office): +44 (0)1782 733033, (Chemistry): +44 (0)1782 731693, (Forensic Science): +44 (0)1782 731694, (Physics): +44 (0)1782 733527