What degree do you need to be a forensic scientist?

Asked Nov 23, 2010
There are technical schools and colleges that offer degrees in forensics that would qualify you to become a crime scene technician, collecting data. In analysis, there are many areas of expertise. Degrees in chemistry, physics, biology and pathology are but a few. Investigations in some of the more rarely encountered areas are most often contracted out to academic experts in that area.

Answered Nov 23, 2010
You will need to have a degree in chemistry, physics,or biology. Forensic science is accepted to. You can get a degree in medicine too. (required)

Answered Jan 07, 2011
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Answered Nov 02, 2018
An advanced degree in some jobs, such as psychiatrist, anthropologist, or pathologist require advanced degrees and specialized training
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Answered Mar 19, 2019

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