Specialising in either Forensics or Medical Science, you will apply your learning to the real world on placements developing investigative skills and laboratory techniques.
You will gain invaluable skills in science, working in the industry, practical skills, and analytical skills. By directing this to focus on either Medical or Forensics, you will applying your skills to a future career.
Studying in the Science and Maths department will give you access to state of the art scientific laboratories, specialist equipment and an experienced technical team, to help you to achieve and explore the scientific world.
Fundamentals of Science; Working in the Science Industry; Scientific Practical Techniques
Forensic Topics include: Forensic Evidence and Collection; Forensic Photography; Perceptions
Medical Topics include: Physiology of Human Body Systems; Physiology of Human Regulation and Reproduction; Diseases and Infections.
for 2018/19 entry
- 1640 individual applications received for our Science and Maths courses
- Specialist science laboratories with cutting edge equipment
- Dedicated, well-resourced classrooms
- Science support sessions
- University visits
- Industry trips
- Visiting speakers from well-established Alumni
Our past students studying this course have gone on to:
The University of York - Nursing (Adult)
Manchester Metropolitan University - Computer and Network Technology
Leeds Beckett University - Business and Human Resource Management
The University of Huddersfield - Information and Communication Technology
The University of Manchester - Adult Nursing
University of Bradford - Law
University College Chester - Animal Behaviour and Welfare
Sheffield Hallam University - Criminology and Psychology
The University of Huddersfield - Law
The University of Nottingham - Nursing (Adult)
University of Central Lancashire - Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation
Active Ashton - Lifeguard
University of Central Lancashire - Policing
University of Bolton - Psychology with Foundation
Manchester Metropolitan University - Law
The University of Manchester - Psychology