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What college should I go to if I want to become an FBI agent and which classes should I take along with should I do?

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2018-03-02 01:19:41
2018-03-02 01:19:41

You can go to any college that has a degree in justice and if accepted into the FBI you would go through their training before becoming an agent.

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