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Washington, DC 20005
M.A. Forensic Psychology: Non-Licensure Track AND Master of Legal Studies
To ensure that students are able to complete the program in 2 years for full-time or 4 years for part-time, the prescribed courses will apply to both programs’ degree requirements.
The field of forensic psychology can encompass many fields inside of the legal system—including corrections. Students in the M.A. Forensic Psychology: Non-Licensure Track and Master of Legal Studies program will be guided by practicing faculty as they examine how to assess the mental health of offenders, victims, law enforcement officials, and military personnel.
Master of Legal Studies (M.L.S.)
M.L.S. programs help students establish a strong foundation in law and help build practical communication skills. Gaining the experience necessary to navigate the areas where law and other fields intersect, graduates will be prepared to enter into fields including:
Classification: Specialized Institution—Other
Loans Offered: Federal Financial Aid available to those who qualify.
Locale: Large City