FSC 213 - Forensic Skeletal Identification
Skeletal elements are a common form of evidentiary material having medicolegal significance within the forensic sciences. This course provides detailed instruction on the major bones and features of the human skeleton, including dentition. It covers methods and techniques of analysis to identify bones and bone fragments. Applied learning exercises foster discernment skills in recognizing human skeletal material apart from intact and fragmentary nonhuman bones and teeth.
Credit Hours: 3
University Studies: Critical Reasoning
Course Repeatability: Course may not be repeated.
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