Types of Forensic Science Fields of Study
forensic accounting involves finances; auditing, embezzlement, fraud and taxes.
studying the behavior of humans, both past and present.
the study of human remains (bones).
the study of plants.
the study of computer files, engineering, Internet and software.
the study of chemicals and chemical reactions.
the study of fingerprints.
the study of digital photos and video analysis.
the study of DNA fingerprinting.
the study of structure forms, building, design and materials.
the study of insects.
the study of soil and land formation.
the study of water, fresh (land) and ocean.
the study of languages and dialects.
the study of teeth and dentistry.
the study of weather conditions.
the study of animal and human tissues
the study of the human mind, if a suspect if competent to stand trial and jury selection.
the study of bodily fluids; blood, urine, feces, vomit and saliva.
the study of toxic substances.
fibers, glass, fingerprints, shoe and tire tracks, etc.