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2009-2010 Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
2009-2010 Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CHEM 1130 - Forensic Chemistry


Forensic Chemistry is the study of the application of science to law. This course applies the knowledge and technology of science to criminal and civil laws. Course topics include: history and development of forensic science; processing the crime scene; common types of physical evidence; organic and inorganic analysis; the microscope; drugs; toxicology; the chemistry of fire; serology; DNA; fingerprints; and other forensic-related topics.

Prerequisites & Notes
(same as CJCR 1600) 
Prerequisites: DSPM 0800, DSPR 0870, DSPW 0800

4 Credit Hours - 3 Lecture Hours, 3 Lab Hours

Credits: 4


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