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Investigative Analysis Microcredential

The Investigative Analysis microcredential is targeted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Investigation degree to recognize the completion of the five core block classes and hands-on labs.  During Forensic Photography, Latent Prints & Impressions, Investigative Interviews, and Crime Scene Investigation the student is exposed to 60 hours of intensive, hands-on work per class and during Investigation of Death the student is exposed to 75 hours of course specific, hands-on work.


  • Current students


  • Face to face

Time to Complete

  • Months
  • 15 credit hours


  • Crime scene processing
  • Evidence collection and preservation
  • Fingerprinting
  • Henry System of fingerprint classification
  • Homicide investigation
  • Interrogation techniques
  • Investigative interviewing
  • Photography

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