Jobs in forensic science can range from a fingerprinting technician or crime scene investigator to a forensic scientist specializing in DNA analysis. While these require different levels of education and a different concentration of subject matter, they all require a background in forensic science. A degree from forensic science schools in California combines elements of criminal investigation, biology, computer science, and law. Courses might include a wide array of subjects, such as forensic psychology, medical and legal death examination procedures, cybercrime, constitutional law, criminal justice studies, ethics, and statistics and research methods. Jobs in forensic science are expected to increase by about 20 % overall.
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