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Career & Workforce Education

Career & Workforce Education

Administration of Justice - Crime Scene Technology

Program Description
The Crime Scene Technology Certificate program is designed for students preparing for an entry-level career in forensic science or crime scene investigations. Students learn the basic forensic science methods and techniques for field work such as fingerprinting, shoe case impressions, photography and death investigation.

Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion, students will be able to document and record evidence at a crime scene and examine and conduct an analysis of evidence found at a crime scene.

Adm Jus 5 Criminal Investigation (3 Units)
Adm Jus 104 Introduction to Forensic Science (3 Units)
Adm Jus 111 Advanced Forensic Science (3 Units)
Adm Jus 204 Homicide and Death Investigation (3 Units)
Adm Jus 250 Forensic Photography (4 Units)

Total Units: 16

CTE Counselors

Online counseling only.
Schedule an appointment here: Cranium Cafe Link

Contact Us

Career & Workforce Education

Location: Collaboartive Studies Building (CSB) 107

Marla Uliana
Dean, Career & Workforce Education

Ana Iniguez
SFP Program Technician

Sophia Robles
SFP Specialist 
818-364-7600 ext 7114

Tracy Harkins
Health and Kinesiology Faculty
CE Faculty Liaison