CIP Code - 430106
The mission of the Forensic Science and Technology program is to provide high quality classroom and laboratory instruction in concurrence with current practices to prepare students for careers in the field of forensic science and provide a means for current law enforcement professionals to advance in their field.
The Forensic Science and Technology program prepares students for various careers in the rapidly growing field of forensic science. Students will gain knowledge and skills that will prepare them for entrance, retention or advancement into careers such as crime scene investigation, death investigation, laboratory technology, evidence technology and general forensic science or criminal justice fields.
Graduates of the Louisiana Delta Community College Forensic Science and Technology program will be able to:
- Reconstruct a crime scene and demonstrate the ability to analyze various incidents and documented evidence as presented in a case file.
- Competently document crime scenes through sketches, photographs, and written reports.
- Testify in a mock courtroom setting and demonstrate professional communication skills, critical analysis of defense and prosecution questions, and testimony preparation techniques.
Students are strongly encouraged to see advisor, Claire Shepard, before registering for classes in this program.
Public Safety Employment Awareness Statement:
A criminal history will not hinder a student from receiving a certificate, diploma, or degree in Forensic Science from Louisiana Delta Community College; however, a student with a criminal background may be denied employment in a Public Safety field.
Some or all program credits transfer to Northwestern State University (NSU).
For more information contact: Claire Shepard 318-345-9176 email@example.com
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