Masters in Forensic Psychology

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Masters in Forensic Psychology

Program Overview

Learn to understand the intersection of psychology and the justice system with a Masters of Forensic Psychology. Upon completion of this program, you’ll be qualified for a range of psychology roles in the courts, law enforcement, national security, child welfare and treatment agencies.

Learning Outcomes

In this Master of Forensic Psychology program, you’ll learn the clinical, legal and forensic analysis skills necessary to aid in criminal investigations, litigation or consultation. A total of 36 credit hours is required for completion.