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What you will learn:
The objective of the Master’s Degree in Criminalistics and Forensic Sciences is to train professionals with a comprehensive vision through the latest techniques of forensic medicine, toxicology and criminalistics, the new trends in criminal policy that are being implemented nationally and internationally and the experiences with professionals accustomed to working daily with victims and criminals.
Contents of the Master's Degree in Criminalistics and Forensic Sciences:
The Master’s Degree in Criminalistics and Forensic Sciences includes a large volume of content covering the entire area of the subject: Introduction to forensic sciences, Causes of death, Study of injuries, postmortem bodily alterations, Thanatopraxia, Evidence and documentation, Scientific nature of anthropology and archaeology, forensic anthropology, Anthropometry and system, Bone, Dental study, Other identification systems in forensic anthropology, Taphonomy, Forensic Entomology, Palynology, Forensic ballistics, Fundamentals of dactyloscopy, Dactyloscopic system, Forensic medicine, Forensic medicine, Forensic medicine, Fingerprinting, Surveying and fingerprinting, Crime photography, Photography in police investigation, Introduction to polygraphy, Polygraphy in criminal investigation, Preparation of questionnaires, Analysis of graphs, Results and interpretation, Characteristics and structure of the expert opinion, Sections of the expert opinion, Regulations for the preparation of opinions, Professional ethics, Police responsibility, Types of professional responsibility.