Forensic Psychology Degree Programs
A Forensic Psychology Bachelor's Degree is designed to teach students the value of psychology within the context of the criminal justice system. These programs may enhance the student's ability to identify and interact with mentally ill individuals, intervene in crisis situations, and understand the impact of crime on its victims and the community. As a graduate, you may qualify for advanced positions within police departments and law enforcement agencies, as well as opportunities in social services and the judicial system.
A Master's Degree in Forensic Psychology builds on the bachelor's degree foundation, addressing more advanced theories in research, psychotherapy, psychopathology, the criminal justice system and more. A master's degree creates opportunity for more advanced forensic psychologist roles in the criminal justice systems and academics. Graduates of these Masters in Forensic Psychology programs work in academia, probation, law enforcement and many other areas providing services as psychologists.
Request free, no obligation information from the accredited schools below and learn how they can help you succeed in a forensic psychology career.
Online Criminal Justice Schools
- Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology - Non-Licensure Track (Online)