Forensic Science Technician
Aivah Roubal- 3rd hour science
How to succeed in this career
As far as college you would need- A bachelor's degree in chemistry, biology, physics, or forensic technology.
Cost for Education
4 years of college tuition-$107,160 total
My Parents Estimate for four years
Gas Money- $12,000
Clothing Money- $10,000
Total Tuition- $107,160
Loans,Financial Aid, and Scholarships- Although some people might not need loans, financial aid, or scholarships, most would need it to help pay for most of the costs because Marian University is a private school.
Part time job- A part time job would also be another way to help you pay for the costs and most people would probably want extra money if possible to have in their pocket just in case.
Thoughts about pursuing this career
Pros and Cons found in this job
-Perform tests on DNA, impressions, and Drugs.
-You don't need any other school after a bachelors degree.
-You are on-call all week
-Only earn about $40,000 a year
-No job openings in Green Bay
Are you addicted to watching crime shows? Do you want a piece of the action solving the crime? This job is for you. Forensic Science Technicians are working in labs and at the crime scene testing DNA to put that bad guy behind bars! You only have to have a bachelors degree and if you are so experienced that you could make it on that crime show you love you could make $73,250! (Quiet deep voice) this job does sound amazing but do know that there is many cons, you are on-call, you start out only making $40,000, and the largest issue is that there are no job openings in Green Bay!!!