The Master of Forensic Psychology program will provide students with the professional education needed to function at the finest level in a variety of forensic settings where psychology is used including courts, law enforcement, criminal justice, national security offices, prisons, social services agencies, child welfare agencies, and treatment facilities.

 

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS (36 credits)

CORE REQUIREMENTS (36 CREDITS)

Credit Hours
CCJ 5618Criminal Psychology3
CCJ 5654Substance Abuse and the Offender3
CCJ 6665Victimology3
CJL 6521Courts and Society3
CLP 5165Psychopathology3
CLP 5375Research Design and Methods in Clinical Psychology3
CLP 6395Forensic Psychology3
CLP 6430Clinical Psychological Assessment3
PCO 6057Psychology of Counseling3
SOP 5225Introduction to Group Behavior3
SYO 5416Stress and Mental Health3
PSY 6000Capstone Project3
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