Forensic Science

What is the possible career for forensic science?


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2009-04-26 02:24:55
2009-04-26 02:24:55

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


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This depends upon what exactly you would like to acheive and career you would like within forensic science and to what country you are from. A bachelors degree is a great start and will help you in getting a career in forensic science however it is better to get a Masters Degree because this will give you better opportunities within the crime lab.

Forensic pathology is in the Health Science career cluster. It is sometimes mistaken for being in the Medical Practice cluster. I hope this helps!

Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security

Forensic science is experimental Forensic medicine is empirical.

Well currently there are 6,000 in this career. This career is growing rapidly so there is no specific answer.

Forensic science is used to describe all categories of science in the legal system. forensic technicians are in a certain category within forensic science.

Yes, you can get a job with a diploma in the forensic science.

Forensic Science Service was created in 1991.

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the main idea of forensic science is to prove the things

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According to me forensic science or crime investigation department is the best career option after Bsc in microbiology

Forensic Science is the study of an application of Science to matters of criminal and civil laws. Matt

Canadian Society of Forensic Science was created in 1953.

Forensic science is important because it is the science in which investigataors solve crimes and catch criminals. If forensic science did not exist, the world would be filled with criminal who would possibly start a massacre

You can become a detective if you major in Forensic Science because the study of Forensic Science involves gathering and examining information just like detectives.

Forensic science helps to determine the details of a crime, and how it unfolded.

The most renowned university for studying Forensic Science would be the American Academy of Forensic Science. It has many graduate and undergraduate programs which are listed on their website.

forensic entomology, forensic chemistry, forensic medicine.

Forensic science is the application of science to criminal and civil laws majorly on the criminal side as criminal investigation, as governed by the legal standards of admissible evidence and criminal procedure.

I think you mean forensic science

Solving crimes and performing autopsies are 2 such uses of forensic science.

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