A two-year, 45-credit, full-time program, the Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology is designed to prepare students for doctoral training in forensic or legal psychology. Students will be trained in clinical assessment and psychological testing, the diagnosis of psychopathology, treatment planning, individual and group interventions, research design, and statistical analysis and program evaluation. Research practicums or directed research are required as well as a comprehensive thesis.
A 60-credit M.A. in Clinical Psychology with a Forensic track for licensure (LMHC) preparation is also available.
International Student Requirements:
International graduate applicants are required to submit an official evaluation of ALL foreign credentials, and the evaluation must include a course-by course evaluation, including all courses earned toward the undergraduate degree. Applicants may use a