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    Wayne State University here in Detroit has a graduate certificate in Forensic Investigation for RNs, police officers, or anyone interested in the program. There is currently a Forensic Investigations degree program in the planning stages, I will keep everyone informed who is interested. I am currently an RN student and I work for the local P.D. as a crime scene forensic technician, forensic nursing will allow me to combine the two careers I love. I plan on working as a nurse coroner/death investigator.

    Angela

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    The Truth Is Out There, But I'm Stuck In Here.
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    The school where I received my BSN also offers a masters certificate and bacch certificate in forensic studies (about 15 sem hours) in Colorado Springs www.uccs.edu
    Jared
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    Xavier University in Cinncinati, OH is starting a graduate forensic nursing program this fall (01). I was taking distance learning thru them from Gonzaga University in WA. Should be a good program, and the other option they will offer is a Masters in Criminal Justice to go with it if interested.

    check out http://www.xu.edu
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    The School of Nursing at Duquesne University announces the Master of Science in Nursing with a Forensic Nursing specialization. Students will be accepted into the program beginning in the Summer term of 2002. This program prepares graduates to practice in multiple areas of Forensics - sexual assault nurse, nurse coroner, nurse investigator, forensic psychiatric nurse, forensic correctional/institutional nurse, clinical nurse specialist, legal nurse consultant or expert witness, among others. The program originated out of a collaborative effort with the Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and the Law based in the Law School at Duquesne University.

    http://www.nursing.duq.edu/forensic/
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    Hey 4n6 tech,
    I'm also interested in that career path, so how do you get a job as a Crime Scene Forensic Tech? I'm an RN who wants to do the same. At least that would be a foot in while I'm trying to get my MSN.
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    Originally posted by FourN6Tech
    Wayne State University here in Detroit has a graduate certificate in Forensic Investigation for RNs, police officers, or anyone interested in the program. There is currently a Forensic Investigations degree program in the planning stages, I will keep everyone informed who is interested. I am currently an RN student and I work for the local P.D. as a crime scene forensic technician, forensic nursing will allow me to combine the two careers I love. I plan on working as a nurse coroner/death investigator.

    Angela

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    The Truth Is Out There, But I'm Stuck In Here.


    Jealousy! Can we switch jobs???? You are doing what I want to do! But I am stuck in an ER right now as a SANE.
    I am near Cinci, so the Xavier program sounds tasty! Thanks 4n6!


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