Forensic Psychology Programs

Forensic psychology professionals have a solid understanding of a range of issues relating to psychology and the legal system, including public policy, the public’s view of criminals, criminal behavior, demographics, insanity and mental illness, the court system, and the correctional system. Forensic psychology professionals may also work directly within the arena of police and public safety, whether as a full-time employee or part-time consultant, police officer, hostage negotiator, or EAP specialist.

Our city campuses offer a track enabling graduates to sit for licensure as a professional counselor upon graduation, enabling them to practice as counselors who provide specialized therapy for clients in forensic settings. Our online program is available only in a non-licensure format.

Forensic Psychology in Chicago M.A.
Forensic Psychology in Los Angeles M.A.
Forensic Psychology in Irvine, California M.A.
Forensic Psychology in Washington, D.C. M.A.
Forensic Psychology (Non-Licensure Track) Online M.A.