Master of Arts in the Field of Forensic Psychology
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
The following requirements must be fulfilled:
The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate Programs.
37 credits, including 25 credits in required courses and 12 credits in elective courses, and successful completion of a master's comprehensive examination.
|FORP 6101||Psychology and the Legal System I|
|FORP 6102||Psychology and the Legal System II|
|FORP 6103||Theories of Criminal Behavior|
|FORP 6105||Basics of Psychological Assessment|
|FORP 6106||Ethics in Forensic Psychology|
|FORP 6107||Research and Statistics|
|FORP 6108||Consultation and Testimony|
|Applied forensics track|
|Four of the following recommended elective courses:|
|FORP 6117||Interrogation and Interviewing|
|FORP 6118||Psychological Profiling|
|FORP 6119||Police Psychology|
|FORP 6128||Terrorism and Counterterrorism|
|Applied psychology track|
|FORP 6109||Evaluation and Treatment of Offenders|
|FORP 6110||Forensic Psychological Assessment|
|And two of the following recommended elective courses:|
|FORP 6111||Evaluation and Treatment of Sex Offenders|
|FORP 6112||Substance Abuse Evaluation and Treatment|
|FORP 6114||Issues in Family Law|
|FORP 6115||Children and Adolescents in the Legal System|
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