Masters in Forensic Psychology
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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.
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.
|Credit Hours||Course Code||Course Name|
|3||CCJ 5618||Criminal Psychology|
|3||CCJ 5654||Substance Abuse and the Offender|
|3||CJL 6521||Courts and Society|
|3||CLP 5375||Research Design and Methods in Clinical Psychology|
|3||CLP 6395||Forensic Psychology|
|3||CLP 6430||Clinical Psychological Assessment|
|3||PCO 6057||Psychology of Counseling|
|3||SOP 5225||Introduction to Group Behavior|
|3||SYO 5416||Stress and Mental Health|
|3||PSY 6000||Capstone Project|