BS Forensic Chemistry
If you are interested in using laboratory analysis to help solve criminal cases, then consider a career in forensic chemistry. As a forensic chemist you will use knowledge from chemistry, biology, materials science, genetics and criminal justice to evaluate material evidence related to crime scenes. The results of a forensic chemists work are used in police investigation and court trials. They are often called upon to provide expert testimony and explain their findings to a jury.
Most forensic chemists work in government labs for federal, state, local police department, county medical examiner’s office, forensic services lab, or a branch of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). However, there are private labs that also provide forensic services and analysis.
American Chemical Society: http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/careers/college-to-career/chemistry-careers/forensic-chemistry.html