Names Top Master's in Crime Scene Investigation Programs for 2019

SEATTLE, Jan. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --, a trusted source for unbiased college rankings and higher education planning, announced the release of their Best Online Master's in Crime Scene Investigation Programs for 2019. The research identifies the top programs in the nation based on curriculum quality, program flexibility, affordability, and graduate outcomes.

In addition to insights gained from industry professionals, leveraged an exclusive data set comprised of interviews and surveys from current students and alumni. Each online degree program was analyzed with only 5 making it to the final list. The methodology incorporates the most recent data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and statistical data from the National Center for Education Statistics. Most importantly, only programs from accredited nonprofit institutions were eligible.

"Our research indicates that a graduate degree in crime scene investigation can lead to a broad-range of careers in law enforcement and a higher earning potential," says Barbara Montgomery, Program Recognition Manager.

Students who pursue a master's in crime scene investigation can gain employment as crime scene investigators, technicians and even forensic scientists. The steady job growth in this market is just one of the many reasons researched, analyzed, and ranked the Top Master's in Crime Scene Investigation programs. To access the complete ranking, please visit

2019 Best Master's in Crime Scene Investigation Degree Programs (in alphabetical order):

DeSales University
George Washington University
Stevenson University
University of New Haven
Waynesburg University

About provides proprietary and unbiased research to help students discover their options for the best graduate programs. The organization aims to inspire students to think big and make an impact in society through the pursuit of higher education. With user-friendly guides and hundreds of program rankings, enables students to make informed decisions about earning a master's degree online.