Forensic Science Summer Programme, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland
3-credit Summer class held in July at Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, Scotland
The class introduces students to methods in forensic science and its applicability to the criminal justice system in Scotland. The programme includes a series of lecture and practical sessions. Lectures and sessions are supplemented with field trips to a forensic (or equivalent) laboratory, prison and a criminal court. Students will receive a transcript on successful completion of the course, and that course is directly transferable and the Summer programme is open to any student with basic knowledge in chemistry and biology.
|GCU course Number
|UTEP Course number
|FORS 3370: Forensic Science I or
CRIJ 4300: Special Topics in CJ: Forensic Science in Scotland
Accepted students wishing to obtain course credit for CRIJ 4300 MUST email the UTEP Dept Chair of Criminal Justice at least 2 months prior to departure to enroll in advance for the course during Summer II session (the course will need to be created and added to the schedule, so providing the CJ Chair your acceptance letter from GCU is necessary to add the course and register you).
Students majoring in Forensic Science or Criminal Justice who are accepted by GCU through their application process.
When do students apply?
October or November of the year prior to the programme year they wish to attend. See the link below to determine if the program will be offered.
Exact dates change every year, but the class is typically held for 3 weeks in July.
- Students Arrive in Glasgow/Check in to accommodation 1 day before class starts
- Dates of course – 3 weeks in July
- Depart accommodation 1 day after class ends –
GCU Program Fee
- Program fee includes: lodging/accommodations for 3 weeks, all lectures, labs, and class-related field trips
- UTEP is a partner institution with GCU and has previously sent 3 student attendees, so UTEP students qualify for the discount fee price