Complete high school forensics course offered free online

Post Author: A Magical Homeschool

11 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!

  • Chris

    (July 1, 2019 - 9:24 pm)

    My high school daughter who is ill would like to take this course. Please send details ASAP

    • JudithSmith

      (October 22, 2019 - 12:34 pm)

      I would like for my 12th grader to take this course! How does she get started?
      Thank you!

  • Rebecca Everitt

    (June 26, 2020 - 12:18 pm)

    My daughter is very excited about this course. I’ve emailed the author to get the access codes for the tests and answers, but he hasn’t responded. Could you send them to me?

    • A Magical Homeschool

      (June 26, 2020 - 4:26 pm)

      It is not my course and I do not have copies of the test answers. If the instructor is not replying to emails then I would suggest working out the answers with your child or on your own. The rest of the course can still be accessed as far as I know right from the site.

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