Have you ever been interested in writing a crime novel? Or are you working on a fictional or non-fictional piece of writing which would benefit from some expert insight into the workings of forensic scientists, the legal system or the police? This MLitt from the University of Dundee will provide you with important information from all of these experts so that you can write knowledgeably about crime and the law.
As part of the program you will study with expert forensic scientists at the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification (CAHID). During this course, you will be learn useful information about forensic science, the police and the law. You will also learn about forensic experts and what role they play in legal investigations. Students also have the opportunity to watch forensic experts being trained to give evidence as they participate in mock trials assisted by our colleagues in the University’s Law School.
All of this training and knowledge will give you the skills to create an imaginative piece of writing, which makes use of forensic cultures, histories, investigation and evidence.
Scotland is fast establishing itself as a major destination for crime writing, with authors, festivals and publishers all contributing to the ‘Tartan Noir’ phenomenon. During your time at Dundee, you will be part of an inspiring, imaginative community, where forensic science and creativity successfully come together.
Interested in finding out more about this program? Applying from Canada? Contact Barclay Educational Services at JSB@barclayedu.com
Barclay is a recognized agent of UK universities. As such there is NO CHARGE to students for our services. The Universities pay our fee. PLEASE NOTE: Applications are being accepted for Fall 2020 however start dates could change due to COVID-19.