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Forensic Accounting and Forensic Psychology Certifications

Forensics professionals collect and analyze physical evidence from crime scenes and prepare reports about their findings for use in court. You can specialize in a particular area of forensics – such as forensic accounting and forensic psychology – and should expect to give expert testimony at trial when necessary. An undergraduate forensics certificate can allow you to find entry–level forensic lab technician work.



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Earn Your Forensic Accounting or Forensic Psychology Certification Online

Forensics credentials can also be valuable to law enforcement professionals who will benefit from some knowledge of the field but don’t need to complete an entire degree, such as police officers and lawyers. Forensics certificates at the graduate level are for degreed professionals who want additional training in the legal, accounting, scientific, psychological or technical aspects of the field.

Forensic science is becoming increasingly important to modern crime prevention. The latest U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data projects 12% through 2018 — about as fast as the average for all professions. Forensics professionals with one or more graduate–level certificates will have better opportunities for advancement.


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