Forensic Science



“DNA test confirms suspect’s innocence.” Does that sentence make you sit up and take notice? Have you ever wondered how tire marks can prove the cause of an accident? If so, you may want to consider majoring in forensic science. You’ll learn how to collect evidence at the scene of the crime and how to test it in the lab. You’ll also learn how to write reports, interview witnesses, and prepare for trial.

With today’s advanced technology, forensic scientists are solving more crimes than ever before -- and that’s just one reason why the field is growing.

Leaders Who Majored in Forensic Science

Shelly Steadman


Sedgwick County Regional Forensics Science Center

David Parks

Assistant Principal,

Premier Charter High School