2017-2018 Semester Catalog

Crime Scene Investigation (CB71) Certificate

Campus Availability and Advisement:

  • Floyd County Campus Advisor: Tyler Gayan                                                                                          Only Available On The Floyd County Campus To Dually Enrolled High School Students
  • Walker County Campus Advisor: Tony Adams
  • Whitfield Murray Campus Advisor: Tyler Gayan

Program Description:

The Crime Scene Investigation Technical Certificate of Credit begins to introduce students to various careers in the rapidly growing field of forensic science. Students will gain introductory exposure to knowledge and skills that may encourage further academic preparation in careers in forensic technology in areas such as crime scene investigation, death investigation, laboratory technology, evidence technology, forensic computer science, and general forensic science or criminal justice fields.

Required Courses (19 Credit Hours)

FOSC 1206Introduction to Forensic Science

3

FOSC 2010Crime Scene Investigation I

4

FOSC 2011Crime Scene Investigation II

4

FOSC 2014Documentation and Report Preparation

4

FOSC 2150Case Preparation and Courtroom Testimony

4

Total Credit Hours: 19 Minimum Credit Hours for Graduation