I am asking this question because I want to be a Forensic Toxicologist and I want to know how the job actually feels once you have it as a career.
This is the field I plan on studying and am curious as to what my future would be after attaining my degree.
Hello, My name is Nasurae and I am a senior at Achievement First Amistad High School. I am interested in either becoming a forensic biologist, but most schools do not offer any majors that is directly related to this career. Are there any majors or classes I can take that will connect me to this car
Both careers seem extremely fascinating to me but I am unsure which one I would like to pursue.
Im a high school senior and i want to know what the best option for this career is. It has been on my mind lately and i would lik to know more about it.
Is there a difference between the two? If so, what is/are they?
I am currently in college and hope to pursue a career in law enforcement. I have looked up different law enforcement agencies, but I don't know which one is a good fit for me. What are some things you wish you had known before you went into law enforcement? Or before you picked a specific agency?
I am currently taking Counseling and Mental Health classes (for future hopes of joining to Behavioral Analysis Unit). Next year, I think it may be beneficial to take some kind of law enforcement class or even a crime scene investigation class of some sort. My school also offers the IB (international
I want to work in the BAU as a "profiler" I want to work on making profiles for unidentified/identified suspect. I want to work in the field and see the crime scenes and help catch the criminals. I want to work on serial murder cases, rape cases, abduction cases, typically any violent crime case. It
I have been debating over whether it will be easier to find work in this field if I major in a strictly science subject, or if I can major in criminal justice/criminology and still achieve the same goal.