how much education would i need to become a csi?
collecting and packaging evidence, photographing, attention to detail... would i really need a high education for a job like this?
- 4 weeks ago
CSIs ordinarily need a four year college education in either a characteristic or legal science, for example, science or science, or in a field, for example, criminal equity, wrongdoing scene innovation, or criminology. Some CSI positions don't need a baccalaureate degree, rather requiring explicit school courses.
- MSLv 71 month ago
It varies by agency. Most will require a bachelor's degree, while there may be some that don't.
- ♥Sweetness♥Lv 71 month ago
You need a high school diploma and a butt-load more on top.
Here is a website outlining what the job entails.
- Anonymous1 month ago
not a homework question- post in "higher Education"
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- 1 month ago
About 10 years more than it takes to be a liberal member of congress
- MichaelLv 71 month ago
"According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the vast majority of aspiring forensic science technicians hold bachelor’s degrees in the natural sciences and a master’s degree in forensic science"