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About the Forensic Science Department
publish date : 2010-03-23
The Department was established in 1989. Master's and Ph. D programs were established in 1996 and 2001 respectively. The educational objectives of the Department include: nurturing qualified forensic scientists, conducting research, developing advanced forensic methods, and providing forensic services to the criminal justice departments so as to protect human rights and promote justice.

Currently, the Department has 12 full-time faculty members, including 9 professors, 0 associate professors, 2 assistant professor, and 1 instructor. In addition, a number of distinguished forensic experts have been invited to the Department as part-time faculty members for particular courses. The teaching and research interests of the faculty include the collection and examination of physical evidence such as fingerprints, trace evidences, documents of investigatory value, voice prints, arson accelerants, controlled substances, tool marks, firearms and gunshot residues, all kinds of DNA evidence as well as image and digital evidence.

In addition to advanced equipment and state of the art laboratories, the Department also has thousands of books and periodicals for forensic research.
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