Frequently Asked Question(s)
Q:How long does it take to get the associate degree?
A:An associate degree is an introductory level undergraduate program which can be completed within two years if pursued in a traditional campus-based institute. The degree can be completed in less or more than two year's span as well. This can be done if the degree is opted online. Online programs are self paced. Therefore, students can take as long as they wish to complete the degree.
Q:What is the duration of the associate's degree being offered in cyber crime schools?
A:The associate's degree in crime scene management being offered by cyber crime schools can be completed within two years. Students enrolled in the online associate in crime scene management can also take more or less than two years to complete the program. They can, in fact, take as long as they wish to complete the degree. There is no restriction on the online programs.
Q:Can you please tell me about some of the topics that are studied in associate in crime?
A:Although courses covered in associate in crime degree program vary from school to school , some of the general topics studied in an associate in crime scene degree programs are Criminology , Physics, Victimology, Organic chemistry as well as Human anatomy. For detailed information on specific curriculum, it is advisable to consult the school you are interested in enrolling.
Q:What are the courses I will study in an associate in crime scene program?
A:Students will be required to take a number or core as well as elective courses to fulfill their credit requirements. Some of the core courses are; Criminology, Corrections, Physics, Victimology, Organic chemistry and Human anatomy. Other optional or elective courses can be; Pharmacology, Latex Printing, Crime Scene Preservation, Crime Scene Photography etc.
Q:What are the requirements to join the crime scene associate programs?
A:For an admission to crime scene associate programs there are a number of admission requirements that may be needed. However, these will ultimately depend on the institute you are applying to and their admission rules and regulations. Normally students are required to have either a fulfilled high school diploma or a GED. Some institutes also have minimum GPA requirements and experience hour requirements. You will have to check with the admissions office of the school you choose to apply to.