Terp Young Scholars

July 12-31, 2020

Anthropology

ANTH221: Introduction to Forensic Sciences

Online Instruction Details—Synchronous Instruction: 50%, Asynchronous Instruction: 50%

Note: In addition to the synchronous meeting times, this course also involves asynchronous material that students will need to access and complete on their own time.

Through lectures and hands-on experience, this course will cover: Criminalistics, Digital & Multimedia Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Jurisprudence (lawyers and judges), Odontology (Forensic dentistry), Pathology/Biology, Physical Anthropology, Psychiatry/Behavioral Science, Questioned Documents, Toxicology, General Forensic Sciences. Also covered would be such general topics as evidence, testimony, standards and real world applications of the forensic sciences such as mass disasters or human rights violation. 

Required Course Supplies: Students will need to purchase the ANTH221 course materials to participate in the course.

Technical Requirements: The virtual classroom is a dynamic space, visit our Technical Requirements page to confirm you have the necessary technology to be successful in this online course.

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