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PSYCHOLOGY

Degree Requirements

Psychology Component

  • PSY5036: Behavioral Statistics
  • PSY5205: Applied Research Methodology
  • PSY5345: Advanced Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY5316: Principles of Forensic Psychology
  • PSY5430: Assessment Techniques in Forensic Psychology
  • PSY6889: Externship in Forensic Psychology*
  • PSY5415: Psychology of Development

Criminal Justice Component

  • CRJ5310: Interpersonal Violence
  • CRJ4438: Psychological Aspects of the Criminal Justice System
  • CRJ5410: Ethics in Criminal Justice
  • CRJ5510: Legal Aspects of the Criminal Justice System
  • CRJ4539: Counseling Skills for the Criminal Justice Professionals

Elective Courses

  • PSY5318: Applied Research in Criminal Behavior
  • PSY6684: Directed Study in Forensic Psychology
  • PSY6505: Issues and Ethics in Psychology
  • PSY5215: Counseling Theory and Practice

Master of Science awarded
Total Credits: 36
*One (1) semester field-based experience

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