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Jan 11, 2009
In it for the long haul....
by: WFR

Training to be a forensic pathologist will take you a long time:

Four years of college;

Four years of medical school;

Four or five years of residency.

Figure on about twelve years minimum.

You should take as many science courses in high school and college as possible.

Check the degree program listing on the American Academy of Forensic Sciences website.

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