1. DEPARTMENT of FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY: Thesis and non-thesis Master’s and Doctoral programs are implemented in Department of Forensic Chemistry and Forensic Toxicology. For Master’s Degree, it is required to be graduated from Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Chemistry, and Department of Biology or from faculties providing similar education. For PhD degree, Medical Doctor or Master’s Degree diploma equivalence branches is necessary. There are three laboratories containing devices of AAS, GC/MS, GC/FID and HPLC. In these laboratories, both samples are analyzed toxicologically and Master’s and Doctoral theses are carried out.
2. DEPARTMENT of CRIMINALISTICS: Master’s program in Physical Examinations and Criminalistics Program and doctoral program in Criminalistics are implemented. For Master’s Degree and PhD, to be graduated from faculties learning Science and Engineering, Forensic Department of Police Academies or from the School of Gendarmerie Officers is required.
3. DEPARTMENT of FORENSIC BIOLOGY: Master’s and Doctoral programs are implemented in this department with the purposes of giving information contained in the Institute of Forensic Medicine Act and set forth in the application of this Act, and of training staff for Institute of Forensic Sciences. Master’s and Doctoral programs contain theoretical and practical applications.
4. DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC GENETICS: Scientific researches are carried our in this department. Research topics can be summarized in three categories: genetic polymorphisms, mitochondrial DNA damage and the relationship between genetic polymorphism and toxic effects. In near future, the necessary arrangements will be made for Master’s education.
5. DEPARTMENT of FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY: For Master’s Degree, it is necessary to be graduated from Department of Psychology. For PhD degree, Master’s Degree in Psychology is required.