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Forensic Science Jobs?!?!?!?
I'm 14, and I have a bunch of jobs I want to pursue haha.
Criminal Lawyer, Broadcast Journalist or anything with Forensic Science.
But I REALLY want to become a crime scene investigator.
I know the show is completely different, but I want to
be able to investigate crime scenes and investigate murders..
What high school courses should I take, university courses?
And any CANADIAN universities?
Re: Forensic Science Jobs?!?!?!?
So the courses you take greatly depend on which career you are pursuing. If you want to be a CSI, science would be a great option. I would recommend a bachelor's in something like biochemistry. If you are interested in investigations, a criminal justice degree may be more appropriate. Depending on the county, a BS may be sufficient to be hired as a CSI or CST (technician). Many police forces will hire a basic officer without a bachelor's, but it is often required to make detective. Either way, a bachelor's degree will serve you well.
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