I'm currently enrolled in the masters of science in criminal justice.....I believe that kaplan doesn't really have a csi type course....I don't think they even have a forensic nursing course. If you want to do CSI type of work....I think you would have to pick a school that has the forensic science course.
Most csi type of work is a different type of profession it is usually done by police officers who are detectives. Crime scene technicians are the ones that collect the data at a crime scene and gives them to the detectives. Forensic scientist are I believe are specialist that run the tests.
I have a certificate in forensic science through ashworth college....Im just getting a criminal jusctice degree to anchor it. I think it is better to have a broader education in forensic science rather than to focus on "forensic nursing" so that you're more expendible.
I think you need to be very clear on what type of job you want because " forensics" is very broad as it is a seperate profession that a person can actually recieve a bacelors/masters/ or a phD in. I hope I didn't confuse you.
by the way, in case you're wondering, Im an er nurse wanting to do something different.
Kaplan University on line is a pretty good school , although they are very expensive.....however, the staff and technical support are great.