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Forensic Psychology

Tuition fee $14,316.00 per year
Application fee $75.00 one-time
More information…criminal-justice 


This degree focuses on Forensic Psychology, which means that students learn how to provide psychology services within, the criminal and civil justice systems.

Programme structure

Mental Health Professionals, Social Science and the Law Research Design and Methods Psychopathology Intermediate Statistics in the Social Sciences Criminal Psychological Assessment
Intellectual and Cognitive Assessment Projective Personality Assessment
Objective Personality Assessment
 Brain and Behavior Human Growth and Development Theories of Personality and Counseling
Select one course: Counseling and Psychotherapy Methods
Clinical Interviewing and Assessment

Psychology of Criminal Behavior Violence and Aggression Victimology  Counseling and Rehabilitation of the Offender Crisis Intervention and Short-term Counseling Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Assessment and Counseling of the Juvenile Offender Social Science Evidence in Court Social Psychology and the Legal System Evaluation and Counseling of the Sex Offender Mental Health Issues in Policing Eyewitness Identification Terrorism Ethical Issues in Forensic Mental Health Dissociation and Trauma Criminal Psychological Assessment Family Violence and Disputes Empirical Profiling Methods   Empirical Crime Scene Analysis Advanced Forensic Assessment Hypnosis, Psychology and the Law Personality Profiles of the Homicidal Offender Brain and Behavior Forensic Psychology Prospectus Seminar

Career opportunities

practitioners in psychology

Apply now! Fall semester 2018/19
Jun 30, 2019 23:59
Europe/Riga time
Application deadline
Jul 30, 2019 23:59
Europe/Riga time

Autumn Intake

Studies commence
Sep 1, 2019

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States