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COVID-19 Update: Select EFSC services are available on campus, with prior appointments required in most cases and facial coverings and social distancing requirements in place. See the Updated Student Services Guide for details about on-campus access and continuing virtual services. EFSC has reopened its four campuses for the Fall Term with many classes online, limited in-person classes and safety measures in place to protect against COVID-19. View Reopening Plan updates & FAQ.

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Visit EFSC's Admissions pages for information on applying to the Crime Scene Technology A.S. program.

Crime Scene Technology Program

The Crime Scene Technology Associate in Science degree is a 60-credit hour program designed to prepare students for positions as crime scene technologists with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, States Attorney and public defender offices, medical examiners, law firms and in private industry. View the A.S. degree program curriculum.

The associate's degree includes a 28-hour Crime Scene Technician certificate program designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the field of criminalistics. View the certificate program curriculum.

Both programs are open admission through the College's standard enrollment process. Applicants should consult with the program coordinator or an Eastern Florida State College advisor to discuss program specifics, explore the admissions process and review career goals.

Contact Us

Harold Zacks, Instructor & Program Coordinator
Crime Scene Technology
321-433-5777
zacksh@easternflorida.edu

Crime Scene student and instructor