Forensic Internship FSC482H and FSC483H

FSC482H5 Professional Practice in Forensic Science (SCI)

This course will address practical considerations of professional practice, including professional writing, ethics in research, interviews, mock trial, and journal publication. Students MUST apply for this course. Course Application & Procedures: https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/forensic/applications 
[24L]

Exclusion: FSC481Y5
Prerequisite: Enrolment in a Forensic Science Specialist Program and completion of the statistics course(s) requirement listed within the student's Forensic Science Program (ie. STA215H5 and STA220H5 and STA221H5 and BIO360H5 and BIO361H5 and PSY201H5 and PSY202H5) and FSC300H5 and FSC302H5 and FSC340H5 and permission of instructor. (Restricted to Forensic Science Specialists)
Corequisite: FSC483H5

  1. Students MUST apply for this course and the course application is due the February preceding the course. Course Application, Information & Procedures: https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/forensic/applications
  2. There will be an information session regarding this course, preceding the application period.
  3. Students must must be in the final year before graduation.
  4. This course MUST be taken together with FSC483H5

 

FSC483H5 Collaborative Research Internship EXP (SCI)

As the alternative capstone experience, this course provides students the opportunity to work in a cross-disciplinary collaborative environment to address case-based research questions. Students MUST apply for this course, and topics will be made available at the time of application. Course Application & Procedures: https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/forensic/applications

Exclusion: FSC481Y5 or FSC489Y5
Prerequisite: Enrolment in a Forensic Science Specialist Program and completion of the statistics course(s) requirement listed within the student's Forensic Science Program (STA215H5 and STA220H5 and STA221H5 and BIO360H5 and BIO361H5 and PSY201H5 and PSY202H5) and FSC300H5 and FSC302H5 and permission of instructor. (Restricted to Forensic Science Specialists)
Corequisite: FSC482H5
Notes

  1. Topics will be made available at the time of application.
  2. Students MUST apply for this course and the course application is due in the February preceding the internship. Course Application & Procedures: https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/forensic/applications
  3. There will be an information session regarding this course, preceding the application period.
  4. Students must have one free day (Monday - Friday) to work on their collaborative research internship and must be in the final year before graduation.
  5. This course MUST be taken together with FSC482H5