|Learn more about a career in forensic science. |
Continuing education is critical for all forensic specialists, and while achieving your goal may require additional training, Stratford's program can introduce you to the fundamental techniques and procedures that law enforcement agencies have come to depend on and respect.
A Career in Forensic Science and YOU
Forensic scientists help investigate crimes by collecting and analyzing evidence. Very often, forensic science technicians test DNA samples as well as perform tests on hair, glass, fiber and other materials to assist with crime scene investigation.
Learning more about a career in forensic science with Stratford could lead to employment with:
State and local government
And much more!
Stratford's forensic science course can help you learn how to:
Gather and analyze various types of evidence
Search a fire scene
Detect and analyze drugs and alcohol
Prepare forensic reports
According to the U.S Department of Labor, jobs for forensic science technicians are expected to increase much faster than the average since more and more government agencies are using forensic science to examine, solve, and prevent crime.*
Learn more about a career in forensic science enroll with Stratford today!
*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition
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