Crime Scene Technology

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Crime Scene Technology

Program Overview

Are you interested in a profession that continually changes? Do you enjoy the world of science? How about criminal investigation? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, a job in crime scene technology might be right for you. There's nothing more rewarding than knowing you helped convict a criminal or even saved the life of a person wrongly convicted. Keiser University's Associate of Science degree in Crime Scene Technology prepares you to enter the field of forensic investigation. You will master the areas of identification, collection, preservation, analysis, and development of physical and latent evidence. Plus, as a Keiser University student, you will receive to take full advantage of our hands-on teaching approach. Not only will you learn about the various types of evidence, but also how to preserve them so they're presentable in a court of law.

At Keiser University, you will receive training from professionals who have gained many hours of experience in the field. As a crime scene investigator you will be a neutral party who examines and collects evidence to lead to the eventual arrest and prosecution of perpetrators. Upon graduation, you may work as a crime scene investigator, one of several other law enforcement positions or continue your education in Keiser University’s bachelor’s degree program in Forensic Investigations.

Contact Keiser University today to learn more about how we can help you accomplish your educational and career goals!