Crime Scene Investigation
This program has been designed for those students seeking a diploma in the field of Crime Scene Investigation among other careers of great demand. It will offer students a broad background in the collection, preservation and analysis of physical evidence at a crime scene. Florida National University will award a Diploma upon graduation to those students who complete the necessary requirements. These students may continue their education at the associate’s or bachelor level, or begin careers in the field including law enforcement*, crime scene investigator, private industry, and forensic science tech.
*Note: Employment with certain law enforcement agencies may require separate certification in basic police training (academy).Request more info about Crime Scene Investigation
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GRADUATION REQUIREMENT (A MINIMUM OF 24 CREDITS)
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (3 CREDITS)
- ENC 1101English Composition I **3
CORE REQUIREMENTS (21 CREDITS)
- CJB 1721Advanced Crime Scene Technology3
- CJB 2703Crime Scene Safety2
- CJB 2704Courtroom Presentation of Scientific Evidence3
- CJB 2735Fingerprint Classification3
- CJB 1711Introduction to Crime Scene Technology3
- CJE 2673CCrime Scene Photography4
- CJL 1102Criminal Evidence and Procedure3
|All Credit courses taken at the diploma level can be used as suggested electives for the completion of the Associate of Arts or Science degrees.|
All Credit Courses from within this division or any other division can be used as Suggested Electives.
|*General Education Component (see page 219)|
**This course has prerequisites; check course descriptions.