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Online Criminal Investigation Degrees


Training for a career in criminal investigations can be done through a number of online educational programs.


Training for a career in criminal investigations can be done through a number of online educational programs. With an education in criminal investigations students will gain the skills and knowledge to work as crime scene investigators, police officers, FBI agents, criminal investigations officers, and more. Online programs offer a variety of degrees including an associates, bachelors, masters, and doctorates as well as certificates.

Online schools allow students to train for law enforcement, private investigation, security, and more. With an accredited associate’s degree, students can study subjects that include psychology, defense strategies, computer forensics, firearms use and safety, and arrest protocols. Students will learn various job related skills like interrogation techniques, self defense tactics, communication, and evidence preservation.

Bachelor's degree programs in criminal investigations take approximately four years to complete. There are a number of accredited online schools that offer criminal investigation training for students. Online coursework may consist of studying subjects like crime scene safety, criminal justice, criminal law, and other related courses. Students who obtain a bachelors degree can pursue careers working for the FBI, local or state law enforcement, and other agencies. With the knowledge and training received, students will be prepared for the career of their dreams. A degree at this level will allow a student to earn a masters degree.

Students who enroll in an online educational program will study coursework that includes advanced behavioral studies, forensic psychology, criminology, criminal justice research, and much more. With an accredited online master’s degree program, students will obtain the skills necessary for employment as CIA agents, attorneys, criminologists, professors, and more. A master's degree will allow students to look into obtaining a doctorate degree in the field.

Students who wish to pursue a degree at this level can expect to complete two to four years of additional schooling. A doctorates degree curriculum will focus on organic chemistry, criminal law, criminal evidence, forensic science, and much more. With this level of education students can pursue careers as FBI agents, criminal investigators, detectives, police officers, and other professionals.

 Certificates are also available to those who hold a degree in the field but want to further or update their knowledge. Students can choose specialized areas of study based on their current career. Areas of specialty can include crime scene investigation, criminalities, criminal law, and more. Certificates can take anywhere from one month to one year to obtain.

  
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