Discussion in 'Forensic Science' started by Agertays, Mar 1, 2005.
I think Kaplan University has what you are looking for. You can contact them online.
yay, my banner is here!!!
just a curiosity... all these photos are actually taken by me for university work (wait... the ballistics one is taken by a friend I think :lol
Very cool that you took those photos. Great job!
Thanks, I'm gonna miss those university times... On monday I had my last exam... and I passed it... so that means I'm graduated now!!! :hugegrin:
I really look forward to working on this!
Interest in Forensics
I'm going to university this year and I applied to do a Criminology degree but I've also applied to do a Forensic Science course for a year as a back up plan if my results don't go all that well. I was interested in forensics before I even got into CSI. Who else is interested in forensics? Were you inspired by CSI or the non-fiction shows like The Real CSI?
Re: Interest in Forensics
Welcome LasVegasCSI. Hope to see you continue to post here again.
In the meantime I am going to move this to the Welcome thread on this board.
I love forensics! I am planning on studying it at uni. I love the chemistry side of it and things like C.O.D are quite interesting too... I really want to become a forensic scientist when I'm older...
finally decided to pop in
i wish i could study forensics/criminalistics...
since i started to watch all CSI's i have this certain thought and just two years ago i finally decided that this is my call... only the chances are pretty weak that i could find place where to study (my location isn't the most friendly on the world)...
Just wanting to know when they put the forensics from the crime scene into a spinning thing what is it???
I think you mean the centifuge... more info here:
Hi I am hoping that I might be able to pick some of your brains (not literally) on how to recreate a murder scene as I am researching for a murder mystery.
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