Crime Scene Technology - Certificate
Certificate (Certificate Program) - 21 Credit Hours
The mission of the Crime Scene Technology certificate is to prepare the student who seeks skills to be a crime scene investigator. This program is particularly useful for law enforcement officers in developing skills needed to preserve the integrity of a crime scene.
Admission to the Program:
Official transcripts from other institutions must be mailed directly from the institution to the Enrollment Services Center at Illinois Central College.
|Recommended Course Sequence:|
Fall Semester 1:
Spring Semester 1:
Summer Semester 1:
Fall Semester 2:
|Required Program Courses|
|CRJ 130||INTRODUCTION TO INVESTIGATION||3|
|CRJ 225||CRIMINAL LAW||3|
|CRJ 230||COURT PROCEDURES AND EVIDENCE||3|
|FORSC 123||FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY||3|
|FORSC 244||CRIME SCENE BASICS||4|
|FORSC 245||CRIME SCENE PRACTICAL||2|
|CRJ ELECTIVE *||3|
* Recommended electives: CRJ 110, CRJ 227
For Program Information Contact:
Social Sciences and Public Services Department
North Campus, Poplar P117
309-690-7691Gainful Employment Disclosure Information:
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Full Time Employed: 100%
Possible Occupations: Forensic Science Technicians, First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police & Detectives.