Forensic Science Bachelor's Degrees
A bachelor’s degree in forensic science or computer forensics will set you up for many careers in the world of forensics, including medical examiner, lab analyst, crime lab specialist, and crime scene investigator. You will study courses in science, chemistry, biology, crime scene theory, criminal justice courses, and related areas of study that are relevant to the degree. You will find careers with local, state, and federal government crime detection units and county offices, depending on the specific career path that you choose. Consider programs from Kaplan University to get your bachelor’s degree in forensic science or computer forensics.
If you are looking for a career where you can investigate, study, and examine things, you will enjoy this career. Best suited for people who enjoy solving puzzles and dealing with complex information, this career can be researched at our career information page for forensic science and computer forensics.
Those who obtain a bachelor’s degree will earn about 20% more than they would with an associate’s degree, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Additionally, your degree can help you to earn more than 50% more than a high school graduate or someone with only a little college education over the course of a lifetime. Plus, a bachelor’s degree can set you up for an easy transition to a master’s or doctorate program for higher earnings and better career opportunities.
Forensic Science Schools
At Post University, we believe you shouldn’t have to put your life on hold to further your education.
- B.S. in Criminal Justice
- B.S. in Human Services / Criminal Justice
- A.S. in Criminal Justice
Iowa Wesleyan University is a transformational learning community whose passion is to educate, empower and inspire students to lead meaningful lives and careers.
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
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Founded in 1946 and located in the heart of central New York, Utica College is a regionally accredited, independent, private institution that features many of the advantages of a large university — such as undergraduate and graduate degree options, excellent academics, and outstanding faculty — with the intimacy and high degree of personal attention more closely associated with smaller private institutions.
- BS in Fraud and Financial Crime Investigation