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Transcript of Serologist
Syracuse University (New York)
University of California (Davis)
Drexel University (Pennsylvania)
To be a serologist you must have at least an undergraduate degree in biology.
Course work in Math and Criminal Justice is perferred
An internship that would offer hands on experience would be ideal for an aspiring serologist.
Some jobs may require a continued education.
Serologist will work in laboratories at the local, state or federal level.
40 hour work weeks
Over time may be required
Some serologist may work in the field collecting evidence but most work indoors.
Job Outlook/ Salary
Forensic serologist are responsible for the examination of bodily fluids found at a crime scene to be used as evidence in the court room.
Examples of body fluids examined are:
Jobs in the forensics field such as serology has an extremely promising outlook.
The field is expected to grow 19% between 2010 to 2020
The average pay of a fully trained serologist is between $50,000 to $60,000.
The following schools are the top forensics schools in the country and would offer serology classes