In the higher education diploma year, students develop fundamental academic skills, cementing their knowledge in core concepts and skills required for a career in science. Students develop an in-depth knowledge of new forensic analytical methods and innovations, gaining valuable experience from real casework. Students practice presenting expert evidence in moot courts and learn from academic staff who have ties to international projects and who provide evidence in Australian courts. On successful completion of the diploma, students progress into the Bachelor of Forensic Science with credit. For more information, visit Diploma of Science at Griffith College and Bachelor of Forensic Science at Griffith University.
Forensic chemistry; forensic molecular biology.
Fees for the Diploma programs are subject to change each year. Please refer to Griffith College tuition fees published for each program and can be found at https://www.griffithcollege.edu.au/study-options/. To calculate your degree fees use the Fee Calculator at http://www.griffith.edu.au/students/enrolment-timetables-fees/paying-your-fees
Applicant must have completed Year 12 or equivalent
English (Units 3 and 4, C)
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Upon completion of the Bachelor: Forensic services and laboratories involving casework, presentation of expert evidence and research and development activities, biomedical and biotechnology fields.
11 Jan 2024
6 Jun 2024
31/2 years Full time or 7 years Part time