Lesson 2.1: The Brain
1. Communication between body systems is crucial to maintaining homeostasis.
2. The brain receives stimuli from the outside world, interprets this information, and generates an
3. Each region wi
Career Journals September
BLOOD SPLATTER ANALYST
Education/Training Bachelor's degree in forensic science
Technical Training (40 hours)
a minimum of three (3) years work experience in which duties include the discipline of
FORENSIC DNA ANALYST
Needs at least an associate's degree.
Bachelor's or Graduate Degree if working in crime labs
Subjects to consider
Molecular Biology, Biochemistry or Genetics
Clinical training insid
Must complete in-service training offered through state level and addition on job
High school diploma and training from employer.
Criminal justice, foreign languag
1. Referencing one item you documented in your search, explain why taking precise measurements
is important when investigating a case.
You need exact measurements to have an accurate case.
2. Which search method do you think is most appropriate for this c