Forensic Science Degree - Online and Campus Programs

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Programs:
  • BS in Criminal Justice in Crime Scene Investigation
  • Master of Science in Criminal Justice – Homeland Security
  • AA in Criminal Justice
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Since 1977, Keiser University has provided quality student-centered, career-focused education. Keiser University Online offers degree programs online to prepare students for in-demand professions. Degrees are offered with a curriculum that is in pace with technology and workforce demand trends in business, criminal justice, health care, information technology and more. Our “one-class-at-a-time” approach allows busy students to focus on their education and balance the demands of work and family.

Programs:
  • Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

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  • Denver - Bachelor of Science - Criminal Justice: Forensic Investigation
  • Colorado Springs - Bachelor of Science - Criminal Justice: Human Services
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The field of forensic science offers many different career paths. Choosing one that best suits you can help you decide the educational route to take. Many forensic scientists work in laboratories, where they analyze small samples of almost anything you can imagine. But before that evidence reaches the crime lab analyst, it is collected by a CST Investigator. Here are just a few of the possible career choices you can launch with a forensic science degree:
  • Pathologist
  • Criminologist
  • Crime Lab Analyst
  • Crime Scene Analyst
  • Fingerprinting Expert
  • Anthropologist
  • Forensic Psychologist
  • Behavioral Analyst
  • Medical Examiner
  • Criminalistics Analyst
Some of these careers require more than just a forensic science degree, such as the medical degree required for the medical examiner. However, starting with a bachelor's degree in forensic science gives you the foundation you need to move forward in any direction you choose.

What You Need to Know About Forensic Science Careers

Earning your degree in forensic science is a stepping stone to specialization in the area you choose. Internships and intensive career training are essential to prepare you for becoming a forensic scientist. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, forensic scientists can expect job growth of over 20 percent through 2018, a much faster than average increase. Depending upon specialty and experience, forensic scientists can expect to make between $30,000 and $80,000 per year.