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JUS3105 Justice and Forensic Science III
Credit Points: 15
Students will undertake a introductory exploration of Forensic Science from a Justice perspective. They will be introduced some of the major disciplines, emerging issues and historical manifestations of forensic science. An examination of the impact on the justice system including the criminal, civil and tribunal environments will be canvassed.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
G86Bachelor of Science (Environmental Forensics)
G83Bachelor of Science (Forensic and Biomolecular Science)
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 30/09/2006 VET: 30/09/2006