How much does a forensic scientist make in a year an if i go to college how many years would it take me to become a forensic scientist.
It takes up to twelve years. After that you will get your degree. Then you are free to become a forensic scientist, because you have to be a doctor first of course.
well it has to be 10 or 8yearsof forensic before u go in the field of forensic
It takes eight years of college and then 6 months of training and a year of forensic experience.
well id go and du training at a hospital first and then muve on and du a few years at a police station xx
4 years to get your Bachelor's Degree, and an extra 2 years to get a Master's Degree (optional)
After high school, approximately 13 years: 4 years of college 4 years of medical school 4-5 years of pathology residency training 1 year of forensic pathology subspecialty training
forensic scientist, you could (with a few extra years of tertiary education) become a school teacher or even take your degree to a pHd level and become a professor
To be a forensic scientist, you have to stay in school for at least 7-8 years. But it dempends on what forensic school you attend.
Forensic Technicians usually need at least a bachelor's degree (four years of school).
forensic scientist can earn around 35k a year for the first two years.
about 6 years
To become a Forensic scientist you must complete 6 years of college (a Masters degree). You should take at least 4 years with either a major in Chemistry, Biology,Physics, ect. You should take 2 years of maybe being an intern or going to a special forensic school. If you want to be a CSI forensic scientist then you must complete 8 years of college (so a masters degree and so on). You should also take some math classes, Chemistry, Biology, and English composition. You should also take some public speaking skills. or maybe some acting/ drama classes.
About 12 years. 4 years in pre-medicine. 4-5 years in residency, then about 2 years obtaining forensic fellowship followed by an exam.
Becoming a forensic pathologist is not easy.It takes a minimum of 13 years education and training after high school to become a forensic pathologist. It also takes a strong stomach because it can be a gruesome,smelly and disgusting job.
6 to 8 years of college
And physics wouldn't hurt. Don't skimp on the math, either.
What country are you in? Because I'm in England and I want to become a forensic scientist and all I have to do is: - go to college and study a minimum of 2 sciences (preferably Biology and Chemistry) at A Level for 2 years - then go to university and study forensic science, which will take 3 years if it is undergraduate, but if you want you can do postgraduate which will take an extra 2-4 years. once you've done that you may be required to do a year long placement to gain more experience. And once you've done that you can start searching for a job :)
Four to eight years of college would be required to be a forensic toxicologist.
== == Steps required to become a forensic pathologist follow: After high school the future forensic pathologist attends college for 4 years and receives a bachelors degree. After undergraduate school the aspiring forensic pathologist spends 4 years in medical school, earning a M.D. or D.O. degree. After medical school there are several routes by which one may become a forensic pathologist. One may spend 5 years training in anatomic & clinical pathology followed by 1 year of residency or fellowship in forensic pathology. A second option is to train for 4 years in anatomic pathology and train for 1 year in forensic pathology. The residency training in forensic pathology involves practical (On-the-job) experience supervised by trained forensic pathologist. The forensic pathology resident actually performs autopsies and participates in death investigation. To become certified, one then must pass an examination given by the American Board of Pathology certifying special competence in forensic pathology. Forensic pathologists practice medicine in the finest tradition of preventive medicine and public health by making the study of the dead benefit the living. This information was found at: http://jobs.virginia.gov/careerguides/MedicalExaminer.htm
probably 4-5 years. depending. i'm going to be a forensic pathologist :) nadine x
4 years of college in forensic science, and then another year of police training.