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ITT Students Take Over Courthouse for a Day

Posted on February 24, 2017

DNA and Forensic Analysis students took over Tallaght Courthouse in April 2016 to train Y3 and Y4 students in how to become an expert witness.

They were guided in this by the Law Lecturers at ITT Dublin and their counterparts in the Department of Science.

Mock Court Defence of Simulated Crime Scene Labs [Y4 2015/16]

Final year students on the BSc Hons DNA and Forensic Analysis degree work for many weeks collecting evidence from simulated crime scenes and then sort and analyse the evidence back in the Lab.

Hair combing extraction preparations for microscopic analysis [Y4 2015/16 Lab Class]

Click on the links below for course details and module syllabi

Professional Accreditation

The Department of Science has recently been successful in obtaining professional accreditation of the BSc Hons in DNA and Forensic Analysis degree programme from the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences (CSFS). 



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