Forensic Psychology Concentration

The Forensic Psychology concentration trains students to deliver psychological services (psychodiagnostic assessment, case law, legal standards, and expert testimony) within the judicial and correctional systems. In addition to the core curriculum required of all Psy.D. students, the specific courses required for the Forensic Psychology concentration are: Behavior Sciences and the Law (FORE700), Forensic Psychology I: Criminal Law (FORE701), Forensic Psychology II: Family and Juvenile (FORE702), Police and Correctional Psychology (FORE703), and Forensic Psychological Assessment (FORE704).

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