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Course Description

 
Through this course, learners will be introduced to the unique interdisciplinary field of forensic death investigations. Specifically, we will review the various
systems in the United States responsible for investigating a death and how and why forensic investigations are deemed necessary for suspicious deaths.
Learners will be explicitly informed on the general on-goings of a medical examiner/coroner’s office, learn about pertinent methodologies for analyzing
human remains, and will be introduced to complimentary fields such as forensic anthropology, entomology, and genealogy. Our class will review case
studies to get an informed perspective on how various agencies and forensic professionals navigate the criminal justice landscape. Additionally, we will review groundbreaking research ongoing in the world of forensic science that augments how forensic professionals interact with their casework. After
taking this course, learners will leave with a clearly defined understanding of medicolegal death investigations, and their allied fields, in the United States.

Notes

INSTRUCTOR: CHRISTOPHER GODEN

LOCATION: ZOOM ONLINE

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Section Title
INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC DEATH INVESTIGATIONS
Type
Live-Online
Days
F
Time
4:00PM to 5:30PM
Dates
Jul 12, 2024 to Aug 02, 2024
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
6.0
Course Fee(s)
OLFOREN non-credit $25.00 Click here to get more information
Potential Discount(s)

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