Keiser University’s Pembroke Pines student, Christina Mitchell, participated in the first Bachelor of Science in Forensic Investigations pinning ceremony at the Pembroke Pines campus.  Program Director, Michael Weissberg, presented a special certificate and a custom-made “Forensics” pin on her last day of class.

Keiser University’s Bachelor of Science in Forensic Investigations program prepares students with competencies in the collection, preservation, and analysis of physical evidence for presentation in legal proceedings.  The program provides students with the skills required to recognize relevant scientific information discoverable through forensic analysis of various types of physical evidence.

“Christina was a great role model and a wonderful student who pursued her educational goal while working and raising her six year old daughter,” said Michael Weissberg, Program Director for Forensic Investigations at the Pembroke Pines campus.

Mitchell began her journey at KU to pursue her Associate of Science in Crime Scene Technology, which she earned in 2013.  Prior to graduating from the Forensic Investigations program she did a two month externship at the Pembroke Pines Police Department.