Forensic Engineers

High School

High school students interested in forensic engineering should take a great deal of mathematics, including geometry, trigonometry, calculus, and two years of algebra. They should develop a strong background in physics, chemistry, biology, and computer programming or applications. Because forensic engineers must communicate constantly with other engineers, scientists, clients, and consumers, four years of language arts are essential.  



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