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9 Forensic & archaeological science reviews at Bournemouth University (BU)
Forensic Science, BSc
By Dylan On
3rd October 20
Content is varied and interesting, in line with the sector’s different areas, the ability to choose specialist subjects tailored to your prospects is a highlight along with the placement opportunity.
Some lecturers read straight from the powerpoint, making them impossible to concentrate on.. Some put nothing on the slides, making it impossible to revise. One of our lecturers has only been to about 4 lectures of our course. Why employ a lecturer who isn't even there half the time?
The course is interesting but the lecturers are frustrating.
BEST COURSE EVER, there are obviously hard parts but most of the lecturers are amazing and keep the course interesting. E.G Psychology, semester 2: Two ex-criminals came to give us a talk about their experiences. Really do recommend this course if you want to go into Crime Scene Investigation etc. :)