The study of forensic science provides a complex and interdisciplinary scientific training which includes, in addition to the specific subject matter, experimental scientific subjects such as physics, biology, mathematics and, above all, chemistry, as well as an important component of disciplines in the area of humanities (criminal law, criminology), medical disciplines (forensic medicine) and electronic engineering (IT, imaging). The proportion of laboratory work is very high in relation to courses and seminars.
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Forensic Science
30 April. If you require a visa to study in Switzerland: 28 February.
At UNIL, the following Master's programmes are open without further conditions to holders of the Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Forensic Science:
- Master of Science (MSc) in Forensic Science, orientation Chemical Criminalistics
- Master of Science (MSc) in Forensic Science, orientation Physical Identification
- Master of Science (MSc) in Forensic Science, orientation Digital Investigation and Identification
- Master of Law (MLaw) in Criminology and Security
- Master of Law (MLaw) in Judicial Careers
- Master of Law (MLaw) in Legal Issues, Crime and Security of Information Technologies
- Master of Science (MSc) in Crime Data Analysis and Traceology