EKU’s online Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a concentration in Forensic Psychology provides you with an introduction to the major areas of forensic psychology.
Our courses, designed by expert faculty, explore mental health law, experimental psychology and the legal system, forensic assessment, theories of criminal behavior, and correctional psychology.
A Bachelor’s degree in Psychology – Forensic Psychology prepares students to enroll in an appropriate graduate program upon completion, and provides students with a strong academic foundation in critical thinking, communication and problem-solving skills.
Completion of this program does not result in certification or licensure in the Forensic Psychology field, but will prepare you for certain entry level positions or to enroll in a related graduate or professional program after graduation.
At A Glance
Bachelor’s- 120 hours
$400 per credit hourCareer options
(Careers listed here may require additional education or degrees)
- Victim’s advocate
- Crime analyst
- Court liaison
- Forensic psychologist
- Social and human services worker
- Clinical psychologist
What sets our program apart?
When you enroll in EKU’s online Bachelors in Psychology – Forensic Psychology program, you’ll find there is nothing distant about our distance education model. Student engagement and success is our top priority from day-one.
- Our expert faculty provide interactive feedback and a collaborative approach to learning
- Unique opportunities for joint student-faculty research
- Forensic Psychology concentration option
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