This program is part of the Administration of Justice Department.
Crime scene investigation. It’s all over the TV. Some technician is dusting for fingerprints. Another is photographing a room where something bad went down. Still another is carefully bagging and labeling evidence. But did you know technicians actually do these things in real life? It’s forensics, the recognition, collection, identification, and interpretation of physical evidence for criminal law purposes.
The Forensic Investigation program at MCC provides you with a specialization in forensic investigation as it relates to crime. Our curriculum presents a specialized scope of knowledge about forensic photography, the collection and preservation of evidence, and investigative strategies. Our program provides you with an important knowledge base for investigative specialization in a wide range of disciplines and careers.
|Degree / Certificate||Title||Courses|
|Associate in Applied Science (AAS)||Administration of Justice Studies||Course Sequence|
|Certificate of Completion (CCL)||Forensic Investigation||Course Sequence|
An associate degree for this program is available online (denoted with a icon above). Online learning is a convenient, flexible alternative to traditional classes. Learn more about the benefits of earning your associate degree online.
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Before signing up for classes, you’ll want to meet with an academic advisor. Together, you’ll lay out an academic plan that suits you best. This step is essential to your academic success.
Advising for the Forensic Investigation program is available through the Administration of Justice department. They will help you determine the exact courses you need to get the education you’re looking for.
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