Clinical Psychology - Forensic Psychology Concentration (M.A.)

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Program Requirements

Clinical Psychology Core Courses
PSYC 561Developmental Psychology3
PSYC 565Developmental Psychopathology3
PSYC 574Cognitive Assessment3
PSYC 575Clinical Assessment3
PSYC 678Ethics and Professional Issues in Psychology3
Forensic Psychology Concentration
PSYC 671Interventions in Forensic Psychology3
Complete one of the following:3
Criminal Forensic Assessment
Child and Family Forensic Assessment
Optional Course - You may complete one of the following:3-0
Forensic Psychology in Criminal Proceedings
Forensic Psychology in Family Proceedings
Psychological Science and the Law
Psychology Electives
Select 3 courses from the following or 2 courses if optional course above was completed.6-9
Cognitive Psychology
Multicultural Psychology
Research Methods in Psychology
Statistics and Measurement for School and Clinical Settings
Quantitative and Statistical Methods
Social Psychology
Theories of Interpersonal and Familial Violence
Evidence-Based Psychological Interventions II
Capstone Experience
Choose one track.6
Clinical Externship Track
Complete a 450 hour clinical placement.
Externship in Clinical Psychology
Complete 3 credits of PSYC 680 in the Fall semester and 3 credits in the Spring semester.
Research Externship Track
Complete a 450 hour research lab placement.
Research Methods in Psychology
Quantitative and Statistical Methods
PSYC 510 and PSYC 550 cannot count as electives if taken as capstone courses.
Total Credits36