Criminal Justice Technology/Latent Evidence C5518AH1
Latent Evidence provides an in-depth study of current crime scene processing techniques and procedures. Topics include fingerprint classification, identification, and chemical development. This program prepares the student in the basic skills required for entry-level employment as a crime scene investigator. Credits obtained in these courses may be transferred directly into the Criminal Justice Technology/Latent Evidence associate degree curriculum.
|Fall||CJC 244||Footwear & Tire Imprints||MW||1:00-2:50wb||3||1 S|
|CJC 245||Friction Ridge Analysis||TTH||1:00-2:50wb||3||1 S|
|Spring||CJC 114||Investigative Photography||MW||1:00 - 2:50||2||1 S|
|CJC 246||Adv Friction Ridge Analysis**||TTH||1:00-2:50wb||3||1 S|
|**Course prerequisites apply|
|Students must take CJC 144 and CJC 146 concurrently to complete the Latent Evidence Certificate|
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