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Danielle Reff

You have what the professional call a "CSI effect". Many people take criminal justice classes just to become what they see on tv. Just know when entering this field that getting blood samples and other facts on a case takes much longer than in the tv show itself,

That aside, take psychology and chemistry in high school, preferably as AP classes.In college/university try out Criminal Justice as a major and then chemistry or psychology. Take chemistry or psychology as another major.The other one should be your minor.

Answered 8 years ago

Danielle Reff