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A minimum of a bachelor's degree is required to become a forensic scientist, although some specialties require graduate work. Forensic scientists often work ...

www.crimesceneinvestigatoredu.org/how-to-become-a-forensic-scientist

Individuals learning how to become a forensic laboratory scientist must first pursue a degree program, preferably in one of the natural sciences or in forensic  ...

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Because of the technical nature of their work, forensic scientists need a minimum of a bachelor's degree, and many specialties require a graduate degree.

www.forensicscolleges.com/blog/htb/how-to-become-forensic-scientist

For prospective entry-level forensic science technicians, there are some associate degree programs available. Admissions requirements for two-year programs ...

www.criminaljusticedegreeschools.com/criminal-justice-careers/forensic-science-technician

A career guide for becoming a forensic science technician including requirements, common tasks, and salary.

www.aafs.org/students/choosing-a-career/how-do-i-become-a-forensic-scientist

A bachelor's degree – get a degree in science (chemistry, biology, physics, etc.), but also take courses in math, statistics, and writing skills. An advanced degree ...

www.excite.com/education/criminal-justice/forensics/careers/how-to-become-a-forensic-scientist

A:A degree in forensic science will help you master the theoretical ...

explorehealthcareers.org/career/forensic-science/forensic-pathologist

Forensic pathology draws on biology, physics, ... If you are enrolling in a forensic science program, make sure the ...

forensicscience.eku.edu/degree-requirements

Forensic Science (B.S.). University Graduation Requirements 40 hours. General Education Requirements: 36 hours. Refer to the University Catalog for details ...