Forensic science schools in Pennsylvania teach students how to utilize science in crime solving investigations. Popular television shows have prompted an interest in crime scene investigation and have lead to the growth in forensic science degrees. Students should expect a heavy course load in science including physics, chemistry and advanced biology classes. Typical degrees offered in the program include associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. A standard associate’s degree in forensic science requires two-years of study whereas a bachelor degree requires four-years. Students are prepared for employment upon graduation as a criminal investigator or forensic scientist in any law enforcement agency.
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