Graduates of the Bachelor of Forensic Science are expected to attain the following within 3 to 5 years after graduation:
- Demonstrate professional competence, integrity and leadership in crime investigation and detection, and other relevant fields.
- Pursue continuous education on the application of scientific principles and methodologies to legal problems and criminal investigations.
- Pursue life-long learning competencies and forensic skills at par with international standards.
- Engage in community activities with integrity by applying their forensic skills and expertise in aid of judicial processes for a peaceful community.
- Undertakes scientific and significant researches related to forensic science.
A Bachelor of Forensic Science graduate should be able to:
- Proficient in the use and operation of basic and state of the art Forensic Science equipment and instruments.
- Possesses mastery in the analysis and comparison of forensic evidence through scientific methodologies.
- Acquire continuous education in the field of forensic and scientific crime detection through undergoing graduate studies or attending seminar-workshops.
- Able to handle forensic science courses and conduct analysis, assessment and evaluation of forensic evidence in courts of law that are accepted nationally and internationally.
- Organize or participate in community activities related to the application of forensic and scientific crime detection.
- Conduct research activities in the field of forensic and scientific crime detection.