Catching the Bad Guys

Catching the Bad Guys

There are many career fields out there that a lot of students forget even exist. They are truly unique and require a skill set that not everyone has the ability to attain. If you want to take down the bad guys, then becoming a criminologist might be the best choice for you. If you are looking to learn more about guns and how to care for them, then becoming a gunsmith is also a viable option. Keep reading to learn more about these exciting careers.

Criminologist

Criminologists are responsible for studying the social behaviors to help police officers and detectives to catch criminals and prevent future criminal acts. It typically requires a Master’s degree to be a criminologist and you have the potential to make nearly $80,000 if you choose to work in the field. A criminologist must learn how to conduct the proper research in order to find out what makes criminals commit crimes. You can help police officers catch criminals as well as figure out the right methods of rehabilitation for the criminals.

There are many colleges that offer degrees in criminology, some of which you can obtain online. ITT Technical Institute offers an Associate’s Degree program in Forensic Technology. This program is not currently available online. Kaplan University is an online college that offers Bachelor’s degree programs in Crime Scene Investigation as well as Forensic Psychology. They even offer a Master’s degree program in Criminal Justice.

Mortician Schools

There are many colleges that offer degrees in Mortuary Science, many of whom will allow you to take several classes online. In fact, a lot of them will allow you earn the majority of your degree online. The Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science has one of the best programs in the country. They offer several online mortuary science programs to help prepare students for running their own funeral directing business. You can earn your Diploma in Embalming and Funeral Directing which is a 60-credit hour program for students looking to obtain their state licensure.

Piedmont Technical College in South Carolina, offers a number of funeral service-related programs online. Students have the option of receiving their Associate’s degree in funeral services or their Funeral Services Education Certificate. Both of these programs will help a student become prepared to become a funeral director, funeral home manager, embalmer, or funeral home employee. This will also prepare the student for licensure in South Carolina and in any other state. This program also offers students with the flexibility to obtain their degrees online while maintaining other important obligations.

All of the technical knowledge that is required of you to become a mortician can be taught in either of these programs. However, learning how to work with grieving families is not something that they can teach you in school.

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