- Acquisition of the knowledge in Criminalistics that helps to develop ideas and to apply them in practice.
- Application of the knowledge in Criminalistics to the solution of legal problems in much broader contexts.
- Abilities to communicate clearly and without ambiguities with specialised and non-specialised audience.
- Learning skills that enable to continue studying in a manner that to large extent will be self-directed or individual.
- Demonstration that the knowledge on basic research methods and principles of Criminalistics has been acquired.
- Management of information sources of the Criminalistics.
- Elaboration of scientific-legal texts and carrying out efficiently their analysis.
- Application of knowledge about Criminalistics in performance of legal functions.
- Knowledge of the areas of the forensic science, its functions and utility from the perspective of the police, the judicial and forensic authorities.
- Knowledge procedures of collection of different types of proves, their transformation into legal evidences and their use in the trial from the perspective of the police, forensic, expert and the defence of the accused person.
- Knowledge the chain of custody of the evidence and relative conduct procedures of the police and judicial authorities.