Forensic science schools in North Dakota train students in the field of forensic science by combining science with crime solving techniques. Heavy science course loads are often required for this highly scientific major. Degrees offered in forensic science typically range from a four-year bachelor’s to a six-year master’s. Forensic science students learn in both the classroom or lecture hall and the laboratory for hands-on approaches to studies. Approximately 60% of the coursework is completed in the lab, analyzing data and providing ways for students to hone their analytical and investigative skills. The job prospects for forensic scientists are expected to rise over the next decade.
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