Criminal justice trade schools and technical colleges with forensics training programs and other criminal justice and law enforcement certificate, associate & bachelor’s degree programs. Find a local school or learn about online programs.
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Colleges with Criminal Justice Programs
Listed colleges are accredited and offer financial aid assistance to those who qualify.
- Daymar College – OH, KY & TN
- Southern Technical Institute – across FL
- Miller Motte College – Southeast US
- Fortis – across the US
- Vista College – across TX & Online
- New England Institute of Technology – RI
- Miami Jacobs – Ohio Locations
- Northwestern College – Illinois
- South College – Knoxville & Asheville, TN
- ECPI University – VA, Carolinas, FL
- Ashland University – Ohio & Online Courses
- YTI – PA & MD
- Brightwood College – across the US & Online
- Sullivan University – KY
- Institute of Technology – CA & OR
- UEI College – California & Online Courses
- Remington College – Locations across the US (FL, TX, OH & Hawaii too!)
- Chattanooga College – TN & Online
- And more! Use the widget.
Find a course in Forensics from a technical college or criminal justice school near you. Online, accelerated and hybrid (classroom/online) law enforcement class options are available at many schools.
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Salary and Job Outlook for a Computer Forensics Investigator
Those who specialize in computer forensics investigation will earn a median salary of $75,660. Those in the top 10% will see an average of $119,940 per year.