S: Forensic Pathology
FC: Forensic Pathology By:Amanda, Emily, Greg, and Mollie
1: Becoming a forensic pathologist: High School Education College Medical School Work
2: High School Education | *Take as many AP and honors classes as possible *Take elective science courses: anatomy, physiology, physics *English and speech are also important
3: College Majors | *Physics *Chemistry *Biology *Anthropology *Forensic Pathology | Do you need to go to med school? | To be a board certified Forensic Pathologist, yes. However, with a BS degree, you can still work in forensics
4: What you will be doing with your degree | *Examining bodies to determine the cause of death *Doing blood work and toxicology tests *Looking for trace evidence (firearms examination, DNA tests) *Visiting the scene of the crime
5: Forensic Pathology in pop culture | While it is not exactly an average career path, forensics have been glamorized and brought to the public eye through shows such as Dexter, Bones, NCIS, and numerous CSI s.