Forensic science schools in Minnesota train students to combine science with crime solving techniques. Forensic science students typically take a heavy course load of science courses, such as chemistry, anatomy, physiology, biology and physics along with criminal justice classes. Students typically choose from two-year associate’s degrees or four-year bachelor’s degrees. Forensic science students learn in the classroom and spend a significant amount of time in the laboratory, analyzing data and honing investigative skills. Common classes aside from the science courses offered in forensic science include such topics as crime scene investigation, criminal justice and ethics.
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- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice : Crime Scene Investigation
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