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Viewing: FORP 6150 : Advanced Topics in Forensic Psychology

Last approved: Mon, 16 May 2016 08:51:51 GMT

Last edit: Fri, 19 Feb 2016 21:56:54 GMT

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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Forensic Psychology (FORP)
FORP
6150
Advanced Topics in Forensic Psychology
Adv Topics Forensic Psychology
Spring 2016
0-12
Course Type
Special Topics
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade

Yes
100
12
No
FORP 6101, FORP 6103, and FORP 6104
Corequisites

40

Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
No
 
No
Fee Type


No


Current topics ​in ​​forensic ​psychology​. Topics​ vary by semester. May be repeated ​for credit ​provided topic differs.​ ​Consul​t​ the Schedule of Classes for more details.
As a result of completing this course, students will be able to: 1. Have an appreciation for how psychological science can be applied to legal issues and the criminal justice system. 2. Understand the diverse ways that psychologists can interact with the legal system, including conducting research that informs criminal justice practice and policy; providing clinical services to litigants, defendants and inmates; and assisting the courts in making decisions. 3. Be able to critically evaluate the assumptions of the legal system in light of findings from psychological research. 4. Understand and apply psychological information to particular criminal and civil issues.

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gharris (Thu, 29 Oct 2015 01:15:45 GMT): Rollback: Two issues to be resolved: (1) 0-12 under 'Number of Credits' means that the course might be offered for anywhere between 0 and 12 credits in any given semester. Is that correct? (2) The title suggests that this course is a generic topics course, but the course description and prerequisites, as well as the syllabus, suggest that it's specifically about psychology and the law. Is it a 'topics' course and this subject is a one-time or occasional offering (in which case it should not have prerequisites in the bulletin) or should it be retitled 'Forensic Psychology and the Law'?
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