Graduation Requirements (A Minimum of 36 Credits)

The Master of Forensic Psychology degree program will provide Florida National University 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.

Forensic Psychology Master’s Program Core Courses (36 Credits):

  • The Nature of Crime
  • Survey of Criminal Justice Theory & Research
  • Survey Criminological Theories
  • Criminal Psychology
  • Substance Abuse and the Offender
  • Victimology
  • Courts and Society
  • Psychopathology
  • Research Design and Methods in Clinical Psychology
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Clinical Psychological Assessment
  • Psychology of Counseling
  • Introduction to Group Behavior
  • Stress and Mental Health
  • Master Capstone Project

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