Why Study Forensic Science/Crime Scene Investigation at Hilbert?
Law enforcement and government agencies need qualified professionals with forensic science and crime scene investigation skills to process complex crime scenes. Consequently, the individuals in these positions are evolving from the traditional law-specialized training (i.e., from sworn officers to civilian or specialized employees). Hilbert's degree in forensic science/crime scene investigation, which is included as an educational opportunity by the American Academy of Forensic Science, educates both traditional-age college students planning entry-level positions as well as practicing investigators.
There are several advantages to studying forensic science/crime scene investigation at Hilbert:
- Opportunity to earn college credit while interning at a variety of local agencies and organizations, giving you practical experience.
- A student/teacher ratio of 14:1.
- Day and evening courses to accommodate your busy schedule.
- Chance to minor in one of more than a dozen academic areas available, like criminal justice.
- Unmatched personal attention and academic advisement.
- Opportunity to learn from top-notch professors who have real-world experience in forensic science/crime scene investigation.
- Job search guidance in the profession.
- Outstanding job opportunities after graduation.
- Develop invaluable relationships with faculty that last long after you've graduated.
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