Graduation Requirements (A Minimum of 36 Credits)

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.

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Core Courses (36 credits)

Courses
Credit Hours
  • CCJ 5618
    Criminal Psychology
    3
  • CCJ 5654
    Substance Abuse and the Offender
    3
  • CCJ 6665
    Victimology
    3
  • CJL 6521
    Courts and Society
    3
  • CLP 5165
    Psychopathology
    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
    3