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2 Associates of Applied Science in Forensic Science 2022

An Associate of Applied Science typically requires that a student specializes in a particular field of study, discipline or occupation. This academic path prepares students to obtain an entry-level position in the workforce immediately after graduation from a program.  Forensic science is the study of how scientific principles can be applied to civil and criminal law. A forensic science highe… Read more

An Associate of Applied Science typically requires that a student specializes in a particular field of study, discipline or occupation. This academic path prepares students to obtain an entry-level position in the workforce immediately after graduation from a program.

Forensic science is the study of how scientific principles can be applied to civil and criminal law. A forensic science higher education program might cover subjects such as fingerprint analysis or the processing of digital evidence, as well as many other interesting topics.

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Goldsboro, USA

Forensic Science is a concentration under the curriculum of Criminal Justice Technology, which focuses on applying the physical, biomedical, and social sciences to the analysi ... +

Forensic Science is a concentration under the curriculum of Criminal Justice Technology, which focuses on applying the physical, biomedical, and social sciences to the analysis and evaluation of physical evidence, human testimony, and criminal suspects. The study will focus on local, state, and federal law enforcement, evidence processing, and procedures. -
Associate of Applied Science
English
Campus
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Carterville, USA

This degree is for students who want to work in a computer forensics environment with electronic devices that may hold evidence used in a court of law. The extent of the analy ... +

This degree is for students who want to work in a computer forensics environment with electronic devices that may hold evidence used in a court of law. The extent of the analyses could be as simple as a personal computer or as complex as the main server for a large corporation. -
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English
Campus