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BIOL 2441. Forensic Biology Concepts. 4 Hours.

Students examine general biological concepts that apply to forensic science and learn the foundations of biology as they apply to legal investigations. Course topics may include the abiotic and biotic influences of decomposition; techniques in studying human remains; the analysis of blood tissues, fluids, and wounds; principles of DNA analysis, and molecular biology as applied to forensics; and wildlife forensics. The course requires a 3 hour laboratory that is taken concurrently with the course. Fall, Spring.
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in BIOL 1406, BIOL 1407; CHEM 1411.