Master's Degree Programs

M.S. in Forensic Psychology (online)

Our MS in Forensic Psychology masters program is a 33-credit fully-online program leading to the Master of Science degree in Forensic Psychology.

Our program is geared toward working professionals and can be completed in as few as 12-15 months of full-time study. Applications are accepted for January, March, May, August, and October start dates.

As the professional practice of forensic psychology requires a post-doctoral specialization, this program will not make students eligible for license/certification.

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Online M.S. Program in Forensic Psychology

M.S. in Psychology (on-campus)

We have designed our on-campus M.S. program to give our students a strong, research-based foundation in the modern field of psychology. Our program emphasizes quantitative methodology, statistical analysis, professional development, and independent research with a dedicated faculty advisor. 

Although this is a general experimental psychology program, several law and psychology faculty members accept students into this program. 

This program requires 33 credits plus a Thesis and is geared toward students wishing to continue onto a doctoral program. Our M.S. is a terminal program separate from our Ph.D. program, and so enrollment in this program will not necessarily increase a candidate's chances for admission into the Law and Psychology Ph.D. program.

Applications for the M.S. Program in Psychology are accepted for Fall admission only. The priority application deadline is February 1st, with rolling admissions thereafter (as space allows).

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On Campus M.S. Program in Psychology