Forensics is the study of the identification, collection, interpretation and application of legal evidence. It is a vast vocation ranging from the most commonly known Fingerprint Collection to the complexed fields of Clinical Forensics, Linguistic Forensics or Forensic Psychology - Criminal Profiling.
Students are required to complete a minimum of 61 credit hours.
AACC offers students an opportunity to pursue one of two areas of study: Forensic Scientist Track or Police Science Track.
Careers in Forensic Science include:
- evidence laboratories - government and private
- correctional psychology
- law enforcement - local, state and federal
- intelligence analytics
- document examiner
- postmortem psychology
- clinical forensics
- clinical nursing
- Criminal Profiling
For additional information, call the Homeland Security & Criminal Justice Institute at 410-777-1159 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.