Crime scene investigators (CSIs) work closely with law enforcement to ensure evidence is collected and processed correctly so the guilty are successfully prosecuted and justice is served. CSIs work at the crime scene, in labs, at the morgue, in police departments, and will likely be called to share their expertise in a courtroom. Start your career off right with top-notch expert instructors, hands-on experience, and real-life case studies so you can master all aspects of crime scene investigation.
Autopsy: Medicolegal Death InvestigationThis course examines the procedures and protocols of the medical examiner or coroner's office as they relate to the medical and legal issues involved in the investigation of the unnatural death.
Survey of CriminalisticsAn examination of the biological aspects of physical evidence, including chemistry, toxicology, DNA and other trace evidence associated with a crime.
Forensic EntomologyInsects and other arthropods found at a death scene provide corroborating evidence regarding both the time and place of death and possible postmortem treatment of the victim.
Introduction to Digital ForensicsComputers, cell phones and other devices often yield key evidence in the prosecution of crimes, including fraud, identity theft, terrorist plots, stalking and other personal crimes.