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Forensic Investigation - FSCT
While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.
Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies
At the end of the practicum period, students will be able to:
- Work productively as a member of a team in a forensics-related setting, or in a discipline that utilizes techniques similar to those performed in an investigative capacity
- Plan and perform duties that integrate and apply theories and classroom learning directly related to their course of study
- Apply the skills of critical thinking, decision making, and problem solving
- Interpret fact situations, data, cases, reports, etc., to which the body of knowledge gained during their course of study is relevant
- Report results in a manner consistent with accepted standards and practices in their discipline
- Utilize work experience in the development of communication skills, both oral and written
NOTE: The foregoing are high-level learning outcomes that are applicable to all Forensics B.Tech. students. As noted below, the nature, scope, and extent of the work to be performed by each student are to be agreed upon in advance by the student and the organization involved, documented, and approved in advance by the faculty coordinator. This agreement, which will be signed by the student, the program coordinator, and the organization’s representative, will document, for the student’s particular work assignment:
- The specific learning outcomes expected (these will be mapped to the general-level outcomes above)
- The precise nature, scope, and extent of the work the student will perform (this will demonstrably involve the application, by the student, of knowledge and skills that the student would be expected to have attained as part of his or her academic studies)
- Specific requirements for the student to record, and report on, the completed work
All of the terms embodied in this agreement must be fulfilled by the student in order to complete the work period successfully.
Effective as of Spring/Summer 2011