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www.gmercyu.edu/academics/learn/crime-scene-investigator-career-guide

Step 1: Earn a Bachelor's Degree in a Related Field · Step 2: On-The-Job- Training · Step 3: Earn CSI certifications and State licensure · Step 4: Higher ...

www.criminaljusticedegreeschools.com/careers/crime-scene-investigator

Oct 15, 2020 ... CSI candidates must meet the minimum requirements of the agency to which they are applying. CSIs typically need a bachelor's degree in either ...

explorehealthcareers.org/career/forensic-science/crime-scene-investigator

Crime Scene Investigator. Average Salary $27k - 52k. Years Higher Education 2 - 6. Job Outlook ...

www.crimesceneinvestigatoredu.org

Crime scene investigators (CSI), including evidence technicians, crime scene analysts, or forensic investigators, are responsible for identifying, collecting, and  ...

www.crime-scene-investigator.net/becomeone.html

Some positions require you have a 4 year degree in science while others only require a GED or High School graduation. Generally, if you want to work in a crime ...

www.crime-scene-investigator.net/csi-training.html

Learn how to become a Crime Scene Investigator. ... Psychology, Argosy University Forensic Psychology, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

www.bestvalueschools.com/faq/how-do-you-become-a-crime-scene-investigator

Dec 17, 2020 ... Featured Online Programs · 1. Earn an Accredited Bachelor's Degree In most cases, crime scene investigators are required to hold at least a ...

study.com/articles/How_to_Become_a_Crime_Scene_Investigator_Career_Roadmap.html

Dec 29, 2020 ... CSI Career Path · Step 1: Earn an undergraduate degree · Step 2: Complete police academy training (if required) · Step 3: Gain on-the-job&nbs...

www.forensicscolleges.com/blog/htb/how-to-become-csi

Step 1: Graduate from high school (four years). · Step 2: Enroll in a law enforcement academy or pursue a college degree in CSI (two to four years). · Step 3: Obtai...

work.chron.com/education-requirements-crime-scene-investigator-11460.html

Your crime scene investigator school curriculum will be science-intensive, with classes like anatomy, chemistry, physics, toxicology and pathology. In addition, you ...