Hello all. I'm a new member looking for some advice. Despite my undergraduate degree being in psychology, as well as some graduate work in forensic psychology, I am interested in changing my career path to forensic science -- specifically, forensic entomology.Since my current school is dismantling the forensic track of the biomedical sciences program I am in, I applied to two schools with entomology graduate programs. I am interested in receiving a graduate degree in entomology, and then hope to specialize in forensic entomology. Advice I have received from professors is that my only career path may be to teach within the university setting, since there is only one forensic entomologist working for the crime lab in the entire state (where I reside now). I really have no interest in teaching, however.What is the best path for me to take to pursue forensic entomology? Thanks for reading.