Complete high school forensics course offered free online

Complete high school forensics course offered free online

Post Author: A Magical Homeschool

7 thoughts on “Complete high school forensics course offered free online

  • Michele Still

    (July 22, 2017 - 4:44 am)

    I have a daughter who would like to take this course. The high school she will be attending does not offer this course. Is there a way she can just take this one course?

  • Kerry Kallina

    (April 7, 2018 - 11:41 pm)

    We are very interested in knowing how to get started in the above detailed forensics course for high schoolers. Our11th grade daughter is considering this for a college major and career. Please provide details as to how we can get started. What a great opportunity. Thank you, Kerry Kallina

  • Jillian Kilbo

    (July 24, 2018 - 2:22 am)

    How do I access this forensic course?

    • A Magical Homeschool

      (July 26, 2018 - 7:48 pm)

      Just click on the title of the course in blue. 🙂 The other links are in blue as well, to access the worksheets, power point, etc. HTH!

  • Barbara

    (August 25, 2018 - 12:03 pm)

    How can I use this forensics course in my homeschool and access the test information?

  • Amy Rogers

    (January 3, 2019 - 9:34 pm)

    Did the forensic science class count as a full or half credit. I’ve been looking at it online and it doesn’t look like it will take a full school year to complete. My daughter is interested in taking this class and she needs one more science.

    • A Magical Homeschool

      (January 4, 2019 - 5:16 pm)

      The general standard for high school credit is to assign one credit for 150 hours coursework (including reading, labs & lectures). I don’t see anywhere on the site what their standard schedule is but it looks comprehensive. It’s 11 units and each one has multiple sections. If your daughter spends 7 hours on each of the units on average (perhaps doing the course 3x a week for 11 weeks, or nearly 3 months) then it would be a half credit course. If the course takes a school year to complete and 150 hours (which averages to 5 hours a week for 30 weeks, for example) with the use of some additional materials, then it could be a full credit course. Hope that helps!

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