I wanted to thank the forensic studies department at Keiser University for an amazing and enlightening three years. During my time at Keiser University I attained skills and knowledge that far exceeded my expectations for the program. I met professors from varying forensic science and crime scene specialties, and they each brought with them a unique perspective and taught me skills that I find to be beyond valuable. I began my forensic studies thinking this would only be a crime scene technology program, and quickly realized that it is far more than that. As my studies progressed, I was taught skills in photography, report writing, legal procedures, safety, and various sciences, including forensic chemistry, forensic entomology, forensic anthropology, and many others. The professors are very involved, and make sure the subject matter is thoroughly understood by all the students.
Now that I am at the end of my studies, I have begun my search for a career. Again, I was pleasantly surprised by the initiative and willing assistance from Keiser University in searching for available positions all over the country. You opened my eyes to so many private companies, government agencies and departments I was not even aware of, and probably would have never considered. I am so elated to find out that Keiser University cares about its students, and, it doesn’t end when your classes are over.
My career search has only just begun, but in doing so, I am realizing that the education I received makes me a great candidate for a variety of different careers, from crime scene to crime lab, and a very large number of other positions in varying government agencies. In my search for employment I have found that the skills that the Forensics program has taught me are the exact skills many employers are looking for. I am confident I will find a great career in forensics and I owe it all to your department. Thank you again for an amazing education, and for a program that truly stands above any other crime scene technology program in the country.