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How is Forensics at UCF?
im interested in forensics and i was curious about how the professors are and just anything else you can tell me about it.
We have a very good forensics program at UCF. While it is one of the toughest majors, there are many professors like Jack Ballantyne, that you can reach out to for more information.
There are certificates for Forensic programs at UCF with very interesting classes. They also have Crime scene investigation programs.
From what I heard it was pretty cool and you can get a certificate through online courses. I have no personal experience though.
Forensics is great, very hands on. UCF offers many great programs, and forensics is one of them. My friend is studying this at UCF and she enjoys all her classes.
I'm sorry, but that is not my field of study so I'm not sure.
Not sure. I don't know much about that field.
I really want to know how it is since I love forensic science
I have heard that it is good, but I can't give you any details. Wish you all the best.
Forensics science major at UCF is a great program. Great professors and classes. Hard major, lots of science classes (obviously) but definitely worth it!
Forensics Science at UCF is a great program, very tough but worth putting the time to get the good grades!
The professor's are great! They're super knowledgable and they give assignments that really help you understand and get interested in the subjects. I've taken 5 forensic classes at UCF so far!
Professors are all different. Not one professor will be exactly like another. If your intrested in the school Check It Out!
We have a nice fauculty that can assist you if you have questions. I would recommend that major because my boyfriend is taking classes that pertain to that. He said they are pretty easy. It all depends if you are interested in a grad or undegrad degree
Personally, I am not a forensics major. However, I have a good friend who is. She has spoken highly of it. Also, she has stated that her professors know what they are teaching.
The forensics program at UCF is Great. I personally am not in the program but i hear great things about the professors and curriculum. Go for it!
ironically i once wanted to have a forensics major then later switched to art but i had done some researrch. although ucf does have a forensics program i do not believe it is the greatest, i would suggest university of miami
I have looked into classes and most of them are taught by only one teacher and that teacher has some poor ratings.
I only dabbled a bit in forensics my freshmen year. From what I can tell you, the program is super legit and if you go all the way through with it, they help with career placement!
Forensics is a great interest of mine, and you definitely picked the right school for it. Since it is restricted, it makes the classes much smaller and therefore more personal, making one on one time with professors much easier to get.
I actually had friend in forensic psychology she actually loves minoring in the forensic program a lot of hands on instructional based classroom setting.
I have not taken any classes in forensics, but all of my professors are well educated and very helpful.
I'm actually a Forensics major. The instructors are all amazing, laid-back, easy-going guys that are eager to help and not quick to judge or scold you which is a relief because it makes the major more enjoyable.
The teachers for forensics are fascinating and so are the classes
Every professor in the Forensic College also currently either does research for the school or works in a Lab. They are more than willing to assist you with any questions you have and on any advisement you may need. They know their stuff.
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