how about msc foreinsic criminology good course to study

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    2011-11-01 16:11:44
    Hi Suraj, to take up a masters course in forensic science you need to be a graduate preferably with a first division in Physics, chemistry, zoology, botany, biochemistry, microbiology, B.pharm, BDS or applied science. After graduation may opt for diploma courses in Forensic Science & Criminology.
    As for the career prospects, some graduates wish to pursue further study opportunities to further specialise in their chosen area of study or to enhance their potential point of entry into employment.
    Another alternative is research, usually leading to MPhil or PhD degree over a period of two to four years.
    A further option is teacher-training

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