By: Rachel Durbois
The one exciting thing about a day in the life of a criminal physiologist is that a day is never the same. The work is so fast pace that no two days are identical. A physiologist might be working on one thing one day then work in a completely different field the next.
Interview with a Criminal Psychologist
- Looking through cases
- Talking witness
- Direct contact with criminals
- Find out information needed to help a case
- Talk to all the people that have information
- Be skilled in very department
- Be able to pick up information and material quickly
- Constantly on you feet
- Looking at paperwork at a desk
- Having to be on call at any time
- Constantly with people
- Having a huge amount of stress
Training and Education
- Earn a bachelor degree
- Earn a graduate degree
- Gain experience
- Obtain licensure
- Continue education
Earnings and Job outlook
- $58,660 a year as of 2015
- Not too much flexibility in this profession
- This job is very demanding and easy to find work
- You work all around and are constantly seeing new places
- University of Maryland
- University of Albany
- University of Cincinnati
Talking to the criminal and learning what happened.
Understanding what happens in the mind of criminals.
Seeing and looking at what occurred and happened during the crime.