Crime Scene Investigation
Certificate of Proficiency
PurposeTo provide individuals with information and techniques used in forensic investigations.
Students who successfully complete this program should be able to:
- Understand basic concepts of criminal and forensic investigation and the functions of a forensic specialist.
- Identify crime scene considerations of investigators for a variety of different crime scenes.
- Employ proper and appropriate evidence collection, preservation, documentation and transport techniques of all evidence identified at the crime scene.
Recommended course schedule:
|CJ& 240||Intro to Forensic Science||5|
|MATH 100||Technical Math||5|
|COMM 101||Written Communications||3|
|CJ 224||Criminal Interviews & Interrogations||5|
|CJ 129||Intro to Victimology||5|
|CJ 225||Crime Scene Technology||5|
|CJ 126||Homicide Investigation||5|
|HR 110||Human Relations-Workplace||5|
|CJ 223||Felony Investigations||5|
|CJ 228||Crime Scene Photography||5|
|CJ 130||Domestic Violence and Abuse||5|
Gainful Employment Disclosure
The U.S. Education Department's Gainful Employment regulations require disclosure of certain program information to students and prospective students.
Estimated Quarterly Program Costs
(subject to change without notice)
|Resident Tuition (15 credits) and fixed fees*||
|US Citizen Nonresident Tuition (15 credits) and fixed fees*||
|Non US Citizen Nonresident Tuition (15 credits) and fixed fees*||
|Books and supplies (estimate)||
Refer to quarterly class schedule
For Gainful Employment information please click "here".
*Tuition is subject to change due to State Legislative actions