Narutarded Genius: What does it take to become a crime scene investigator?
Im in grade 7 (12) and (after changing my mind a million times) i’ve decided to stick with my first carreer choice ever and become a crime scene investigator!
And now im just wondering what courses you would have to take to become one, and how long does each course take and details about them.
Before anyone asks, i am NOT deciding to become a CSI because of the show! I know the show is fake, im doing this because i love solving riddles (and im good at them) and i just love the fact of the job, to solve riddles by looking for clues and such. Im very anaylitical and logical.
And please include as MUCH information as possible! Most info (thats useful) will earn 10 points, thx lots everybody!
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Answer by christopher s
well you need 4 years in forensic sceinces and crimanal justice
then you need your act 120 to become a police officer and the
other courses you take would also be in sceince. good luck
buddy it is a good feild to be in.
Hey you would want to become a crime scene investigator right now but in 10 years you will change your mine or not so good luck and work as hard to have more knowledge.Answer by Peter C
When you go to college you may want to consider a degree in criminal justice or psychology. Some colleges with criminal justice programs offer classes in forensic sciences, criminal psychology, criminology and criminal law. Most college courses go about 3 or 4 months. You also need to have a good knowledge of chemistry and biology also because you will prolly have to work in a lab.
Classes in logic and philosophy are also good to exercise your brain since you like to solve things and you will eventually have to.