Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Arts
Delivery Mode(s): Classroom
Age Restriction: No
Admission Status: Undergraduate
Location(s): Main Campus - Melbourne
|Major Code: 7146||Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Arts|
|Age Restriction: N||Admission status: undergraduate|
|Delivery Mode/s: classroom only||Location/s: main campus|
Vanessa Edkins, Ph.D.
The Bachelor of Arts Forensic Psychology is a unique program designed to provide knowledge and skills in preparation for careers in several areas of criminal justice in the context of a firm foundation in basic psychology. Forensic psychology majors can pursue careers in criminal justice professions such as crime analysts, police or probation officers, and victim advocates, and in nonprofit and social agencies that coordinate efforts with legal/justice systems, such as domestic violence shelters and victims' rights groups Some forensic psychology majors may choose to pursue graduate study in criminal justice, forensic psychology, experimental psychology, clinical psychology, crime analysis, criminology or law.
Candidates for a Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Psychology must successfully complete 120 credit hours as indicated in the suggested curriculum below.
The Restricted Elective in a foreign language requires two semesters of a foreign language other than a student's home language. PSY and PSF courses other than
PSY 2444 cannot be used as the social science elective.
PSF 3511, and
PSF 4515 (if different topics are chosen),
PSY 3541 and
PSY 3551 may be used as restricted electives (PSF). Communication electives may be satisfied by any COM 2000-, 3000- or 4000-level courses, foreign languages or linguistics.
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