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4.7 Interdisciplinary Courses in Forensic Science and Science
Course Code
FORS 2000  Credits View Details
Title Introductory Forensic Science 
Description Survey course which introduces forensic science via a series of guest lectures provided by experts from within the university and from the community (e.g., Winnipeg Police, RCMP, Chief Medical Examiner, etc.). Multidisciplinary topics will be covered including how a case is studied, use of scientific techniques in investigations, collection of evidence, the role of the expert witness, and presentation of evidence in court. Prerequisites: BIOL 1030 (C+), CHEM 1310 (C+). 


Course Code
FORS 3000  Credits View Details
Title Forensics Processing and Analysis 
Description (Lab Required) Theory and practice of processing and analysis of various types of forensic evidence. Lectures will be given by experts from within the university and within the community. Topics covered in lecture and lab exercises include protocols to identify, document and protect visible and latent forensic scientific evidence, analytical methods with forensic applications, rules and procedures governing the collection of evidence and the use of scientific data in court. Prerequisite: FORS 2000


Course Code
SCI 1000  Credits View Details
Title Topics in Science 1 
Description Topics of current interest in the Faculty of Science. Offerings will be based on the interests and requirements of students and faculty and will include interdisciplinary topics not available in regular course offerings. This course may be used to satisfy a Science elective. Non-science students should check with their department. Prerequisite: consent of the instructor. This course is a Topics course and may be completed multiple times under different titles. 


Course Code
SCI 2000  Credits View Details
Title Topics in Science 2 
Description Topics of current interest in the Faculty of Science. Offerings will be based on the interests and requirements of students and faculty and will include interdisciplinary topics not available in regular course offerings. This course may be used to satisfy a Science elective. Non-science students should check with their department. Prerequisite: consent of the instructor. This course is a Topics course and may be completed multiple times under different titles. 


Course Code
SCI 3000  Credits View Details
Title Topics in Science 3 
Description Topics of current interest in the Faculty of Science. Offerings will be based on the interests and requirements of students and faculty and will include interdisciplinary topics not available in regular course offerings. This course may be used to satisfy a Science elective. Non-science students should check with their department. Prerequisite: consent of the instructor. This course is a Topics course and may be completed multiple times under different titles. 


Course Code
SCI 4000  Credits View Details
Title Topics in Science 4 
Description Topics of current interest in the Faculty of Science. Offerings will be based on the interests and requirements of students and faculty and will include interdisciplinary topics not available in regular course offerings. This course may be used to satisfy a Science elective. Non-science students should check with their department. Prerequisite: consent of the instructor. This course is a Topics course and may be completed multiple times under different titles.