Forensic Anthropology- If You Like Biological sciences, history, anthropology and archeology, forensic anthropology may be right for you. The major duties of this position are helping the (Medical Examiner) or coroner with the recovery and identification of human remains. This work includes estimating biological profile's, sex, height, race, ect.) of skeletal remains and assessing the causes of skeletal trauma. You May have to visit an internment site, help excavate it, and examine tissue or skeletal remains for the purpose of identifying the deceased person and helping to determine the probable time and cause of death.
Being a forensic Anthropologist requires a great deal of educational preparation. You need a bachelor's Degree in a subject Such as Chemistry, Biology, Anatomy, Physiology, or Anthropology, and a Grauate Degree, Preferably a doctorate in anthropology or human biology. You need a PhD and at least three years of experience in forensic anthropology when seeking board certification in the field.
Although you may be able to work in the field with fewer credentials, having the postgraduate education makes you a more attractive candidate. Most forensic Anthropologists work at universities and serve as consultants to MEs and the courts.
I estimate 10 years of post secondary education to obtain a Phd that would be required to become a Forensic Anthropologist.
You most attend a school to learn about forensic scientist or a forensic anthropologist in order to become a professional.
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You could study anthropology at the University of Tennessee or maybe Kansas state. You can become a forensic anthropologist by studying near a research facility
Most FBI agents get their professional academic training (engineering, law school, accounting degree, etc.) first, then apply to become a special agent. Whether you were hired or not would depend on the FBI's need for a forensic anthropologist or whatever other skills you had, as well as meeting their basic requirements.
The nearest place I can find would be Lincoln, NE, but you would need training in forensic science or criminal science.
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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.
What education and training is required to become a Researcher?
... you must go through about 13 years of college...
you need a Mastewr's Degree in anthropology to become a forensic psychologist
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You can become many things. But the main ones are being a physical anthropologist or a cultural anthropologist. But there are many sub categories you can go into, but would require another degree. Like forensic anthropology.
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It takes eight years of college and then 6 months of training and a year of forensic experience.
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