Forensics and Crime Scene Analysis

Program Description 

Two Weeks

In this two-week program, students will learn basic techniques and forensic science concepts in evaluating forensic evidence from simulated crime scenes. In the morning session, powerpoint lectures are based on actual case examples – many from the Mindhunter series. The afternoon lab session provides experience in photographing and sketching simulated crime scenes and matching fingerprints, hair, fibers, tire tracks, glass, blood spatter, ballistics, and weapons to identify suspects and solve the crime.

This course will run Monday - Friday for approximately 3.5 hours in the morning and 3.5 hours in the afternoon. 

Course Number and Name: ADSO 0950001  BCE Exploring Forensic Science  

Faculty: Ann W. Burgess, D.N.Sc., APRN, FAAN

Days and Times: TBD

PLEASE NOTE - THIS PROGRAM IS WAITING LIST ONLY 

Syllabus/Course Schedule: Coming Soon

Program Dates:
June 24 - July 5, 2019

Eligibility: 
Students entering grades 10, 11 & 12

Application Deadlines for 2019
February 15
March 15
April 15
May 15

Students working in lab

A Day in the Life...

8:00 am - Breakfast

AM Class

12:00 pm - Lunch and social time

PM Class

5:00 pm - Dinner

9:00 pm - Social Event in the dormitory