Bachelor of Forensic Science (BFSC)

A degree program that provides students with a solid foundation in the scientific principles and techniques used to analyze physical evidence in criminal investigations. It covers various areas such as DNA analysis, toxicology, ballistics, and crime scene investigation. Graduates are prepared for careers in law enforcement agencies, forensic laboratories, and other related fields.

Program Educational Objectives

Graduates of the Bachelor of Forensic Science are expected to attain the following within 3 to 5 years after graduation:

  1. Demonstrate professional competence, integrity and leadership in crime investigation and detection, and other relevant fields.
  2. Pursue continuous education on the application of scientific principles and methodologies to legal problems and criminal investigations.
  3. Pursue life-long learning competencies and forensic skills at par with international standards.
  4. Engage in community activities with integrity by applying their forensic skills and expertise in aid of judicial processes for a peaceful community.
  5. Undertakes scientific and significant researches related to forensic science.

Program Outcomes

A Bachelor of Forensic Science graduate should be able to:

  1. Proficient in the use and operation of basic and state of the art Forensic Science equipment and instruments.
  2. Possesses mastery in the analysis and comparison of forensic evidence through scientific methodologies.
  3. Acquire continuous education in the field of forensic and scientific crime detection through undergoing graduate studies or attending seminar-workshops.
  4. 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.
  5. Organize or participate in community activities related to the application of forensic and scientific crime detection.
  6. Conduct research activities in the field of forensic and scientific crime detection.