B.Sc. (Hons) - Forensic Sciences

Graduate Programmes

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Program Code 10059

Course Overview

  • Campus
  • Noida
  • Institute
  • Amity Institute of Forensic Sciences
  • University
  • Amity University Uttar Pradesh
  • Program Code
  • 10059
  • Eligibility
  • 50% in 10+2 with 50% in PCB/PCM

    Aggregate percentage will be calculated on the basis of marks scored in English and three academic subjects (excluding second language, Physical Education, Fine Arts, Performing Arts or any other Vocational /Non-Written subjects). Student should have passed all the subjects of class XII from a recognized board.

     

  • Duration
  • 3 years
  • 1st Year Non Sponsored Semester Fee (Rs. in Lacs)
  • 0.72
  • 1st Year Sponsored Semester Fee (Rs. in Lacs)
  • 1.08
 
  • Fee Structure
  • Program Educational Objectives
  • Program Learning Outcomes
1st Year Non Sponsored Semester Fee (Rs. in Lacs) : 0.72
1st Year Sponsored Semester Fee (Rs. in Lacs) : 1.08
  • Inculcate moral value, professional ethics & business communication skills in the students.
  • Inculcate moral value, professional ethics & business communication skills in the students.
  • Enable students to understand and use different vocabularies of crime, criminality and law and order.
  • Enable students to understand and use different vocabularies of crime, criminality and law and order.
  • Encourage students to apply theoretical concepts to contemporary developments.
  • Encourage students to apply theoretical concepts to contemporary developments.
  • Equip students with skills in reconstructing events surrounding an incident.
  • Equip students with skills in reconstructing events surrounding an incident.
  • Facilitate the ability to generate, record, collate and interpret scientific data in the laboratory.
  • Facilitate the ability to generate, record, collate and interpret scientific data in the laboratory.
  • Understand the diverse historical, economic, social and political influences upon criminology and its foci.
  • Understand the diverse historical, economic, social and political influences upon criminology and its foci.
  • Describe theoretical, conceptual, analytical and experimental knowledge and skills.
  • Describe theoretical, conceptual, analytical and experimental knowledge and skills.
  • Apply scientific techniques for the examination of forensic evidences.
  • Apply scientific techniques for the examination of forensic evidences.
  • Describe scientific information to required for the support of criminal justice system
  • Describe scientific information to required for the support of criminal justice system
  • Foster both necessary independence and collaborative skills.
  • Foster both necessary independence and collaborative skills.
  • The capacity to investigate and explain a diverse range of often real time forensic problems.
  • The capacity to investigate and explain a diverse range of often real time forensic problems.
  • Use of instrumentation and tools for systematic analysis of evidences including biological, chemical, digital, etc.
  • Use of instrumentation and tools for systematic analysis of evidences including biological, chemical, digital, etc.
  • The ability to use professional software for analysis.
  • The ability to use professional software for analysis.
  • Critical evaluation of real time crime scene cases.
  • Critical evaluation of real time crime scene cases.
  • Develop the written and verbal communication skills.
  • Develop the written and verbal communication skills.
  • Qualities of leadership, responsibility, personal integrity, empathy, care
  • Qualities of leadership, responsibility, personal integrity, empathy, care
  • Provide experiences and challenges to develop self confidence, self awareness for future goals
  • Provide experiences and challenges to develop self confidence, self awareness for future goals
  • Respect for others, accountability and self-regulation.
  • Respect for others, accountability and self-regulation.
  • Understanding and experience in Forensic Science Lab setting.
  • Understanding and experience in Forensic Science Lab setting.
  • Develop an understanding towards their professional carrier.
  • Develop an understanding towards their professional carrier.
  • Approach to learning and overcomes weaknesses, whilst recognising the importance of planning and target-setting
  • Approach to learning and overcomes weaknesses, whilst recognising the importance of planning and target-setting
  • Eco-friendly for evidence and analysis and disposal of waste.
  • Eco-friendly for evidence and analysis and disposal of waste.

Course Structure

  • 1st Year

Semester 1

Course Title Course Type Credit L T PS SW Total Credits Syllabus
INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCE AND CRIMINALISTICS (UG) Discipline I (Major I) 4 0 4 0 6.00 View
Fundamentals of Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis (UG) Discipline II (Major II) 3 0 4 0 6.00 View
Mathematical Physics and Newtonian Mechanics (UG) Discipline II (Major II) 4 0 4 0 6.00 View
Introduction to Nanoscience - I (UG) Discipline II (Major II) 3 0 4 0 6.00 View
Foundations of Immunology (UG) Discipline III (Major III) 4 0 2 0 6.00 View
Global Entrepreneurship-I (UG) Minor II - Vocational Courses /SKE courses/Industry Specific Courses 0 0 0 0 0.00 View
Food, Nutrition and Hygiene (UG) Minor III - NTCC / Co-curricular Courses / Outdoor Activity Based Courses 2 0 0 0 2.00 View
Problem Solving using Computers & Python Programming (UG) Discipline III (Major III) 3 0 4 0 6.00 View
Cell Biology and Biochemistry (UG) Discipline III (Major III) 0 0 0 0 0.00 View

Semester 2

Course Title Course Type Credit L T PS SW Total Credits Syllabus
Environmental Studies (UG) Minor I - Minor Elective Courses 4 0 0 0 4.00 View
Introduction to Nanoscience - II (UG) Discipline II (Major II) 3 0 4 0 6.00 View
Thermal Physics and Semiconductor Devices (UG) Discipline II (Major II) 4 0 4 0 6.00 View
Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry (UG) Discipline II (Major II) 3 0 4 0 6.00 View
Forensic Document Examination & Dermatoglyphics (UG) Discipline I (Major I) 4 0 4 0 6.00 View