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Category: Forensics

Police officers and federal law enforcement agents have made it their life’s work to protect the public and pursue justice on behalf of the victims. But in many cases, they can’t fulfill this mission without the invaluable contributions of forensic scientists. Forensic science is an exciting and rewarding career path that could be right for you if you have a passion for serving others and an interest in cutting-edge technology.

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Do you think you have what it takes to become a forensic science major? Oftentimes, students enrolled in a forensic science degree program are surprised to find that their field of study is not what they expected. Many students view forensic science as a glamorous career field, as seen in television shows such as CSI. However, the field requires numerous skills and qualifications.

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Do you have an interest in crime scene investigation? Grand Canyon University offers a degree in forensic science for students interested in analyzing, collecting and processing forensic evidence for legal purposes. This is a rapidly growing field as advancements in biology and technology rapidly develop and contribute to an increased need for specialized personnel trained in providing precise evidence in court. Find out how GCU can help you gain the necessary skills to fill the needs of this industry:

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