What colleges offer Criminology/Forensic Psychology?
Hi! I'm currently in my first year of college, majoring in BA Psychology. I'm genuinely passionate about my course, but more so on Forensic/Criminal Psychology. However my college doesn't offer this specific class, only BA Psychology as a general course. So for my graduate studies, I want to focus more on Forensic Psychology. I want to ask on what colleges offer Criminology/Forensic Psychology courses in the U.S? since I'm planning on getting a professional license there in the future.
Forensic and Criminal Psychology is such an interesting study! Forensic scientists are some of the important players in successfully solving cases. They do some pretty neat stuff!
Some universities in the United States that offer a degree in Forensic Psychology include:
- Arizona State University
- Walden University
- Tiffin University
- Madonna University
below I have attached a link that should lead you to a longer list of university with a forensic psychology program available.
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It's a very affordable school located in Huntsville, Texas.
All I know about SHSU's psychology program is, when I took intro to psychology in 2002, the professor was a grad student.
He came to SHSU after completing his Masters at Southern California State University just for SHSU's criminal psychology program.
A lot changes in 20 years, so I highly recommend checking out this school, it just might be what you're looking for:
I know about a school for professional psychology in the U.S. It offers several undergraduate and graduate programs, including some in Forensic Psychology. There are campuses in California, Chicago, and Washington D.C., and also online. There are masters programs, doctoral programs, certificate programs. Some of them prepare students for becoming licensed, which can be important for some jobs.
For more information visit this website: https://www.thechicagoschool.edu/academics/program-finder/?fwp_field_of_study=forensic-psychology
I can't answer your question directly. However, I can recommend a book written by someone who began his career studying criminology at Pfeiffer University in Meisenheimer, NC then became a police officer. Subsequently, he joined the Marines and then earned a Ph.D. in Forensics. He is a professor now and wrote this book designed for college students:
Forensic Death Investigation: A practical guide to the medicolegal investigation of death
by Dr. Michael J. Kane