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Alright so i was looking at the FBI website for applying for a job. And it said that there are four different Majors that they are interested in. - Accounting - Law - Language - Computer Science So I'm wondering, what major would get me to be able to work cases against murder and bank robberies. Because I don't want to be working against something like money fraud, because I'm not really interested in that. I'm pretty sure the FBI puts their recruits into the field of that recruits major.. So I'm just wondering which major will get me into what i said I wanted.. Thank you!

Asked By: Mike S - 5/3/2008
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FBI Special Agents are in charge of enforcing over 200 hundred federal laws and statutes... More
Answered By: James B - 5/4/2008
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Majority of FBI agents are retired police officers and related professions. Criminal justice, Police sciences, forensics. The FBI wants someone with a lot of experience, they aren't going to put a fresh out of college right into the action. You have to work your way up. Read this: http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos160.... More
Answered By: Sky Blue - 5/3/2008
 
Ssshhhhh dont talk about them here. They are watching you .
Answered By: Balance - 5/3/2008
 
FBI does not usually work murders as those are not federal crimes. They investigate mostly white collar crimes, except for bank robbery. You may be better off looking for employment at your local police force if you want more action. The ones that do investigate more violent crimes are transfers from local law... More
Answered By: Ryan M - 5/3/2008
 
Probably computer science. The FBI doesn't do that much murder and most bank robberies these days are internet crimes....
Answered By: v b - 5/3/2008
 
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