Criminal investigation schools in Tennessee offer training for students wanting to work in labor and industries, insurance companies, law enforcement, or corporations. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, criminal investigation careers are expected to be one of the fastest growing occupations over the next 10 years. The field should grow at 22% as retirement and increased demand spur growth. Criminal investigators spend a lot of time looking for background information for potential employees. They’re also assigned cases involving potential criminal activities that need details to support claims. Classes may include investigative techniques, review of the criminal justice system, review of the legal system, homeland security, and information technology.
- Security & Investigation - Associate of Applied Science