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Transcript of Forensic Anthropology
that were at the crime scene ...help medical examiners and coroners
with gathering and identifying remains. ...have to be able to determine age, sex,
race, height, trama, approximate time
and cause of death to the skeleton.
Requirements -Bachelors Degree in Chemistry, Biology,
Anatomy, Physiloogy, or Anthropology. -Graduate-Level Degree in Anthropology
or Human-Biology. -PhD and a minimum of three years
experience in Forensic
Anthropology before applying to the board
to become board approved. Salaries g y 1-4 years: $31,000-$59,000 5-9 years: $30,000-75,000 average: about $59,000 Bibliography http://sciencemadesimple.com/scienceblog/2009/05/what-is-the-education-requirements-for-a-forensic-anthropologist/
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Summary: I really don't think I could
handle being a Forensic Anthropologist.
It's just too much pressure on me. I don't
think I would like having to be the person
they would rely on to figure out who the
person it is that is laying there in front of me.
I also don't think i could handle seeing a dead
body mutilated or something to that sort,
especially if it was a little kid.