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What colleges (and what majors) would be good for becoming a crime scene investigator?

I'm from California and have developed an interest in the crime scene investigator career. My grades aren't bad (above a 3.8 GPA) and I've already taken 3 AP classes. I'm also planning to take 2-3 more my senior year. I've done a few extracurriculars including violin (10 yrs), cello (1.5 years), a Journalism and Media club (secretary 3 yrs, vp for my senior year), and I even took on a paid internship at a Kaiser Permanente location. I'd prefer something instate (or in Oregon) so I can have some help from my family, but as long as it's nothing too crazy or in a state that I'd rather not move to I'm fine with anything. I just want a college with decent prestige and good departments for what I want to do.

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2 years ago

A Forensic Science and Technology major would be a great fit for your career goals! Here is a list of schools that offer this major - several of them are in California. Hope this helps!

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