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Forensic Psychology Programs (in Chicago, LA, & D.C.)
Forensic Psychology (M.A.)
Our Forensic master's program prepares students to apply the art and science of psychology within the legal system and related fields.
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FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAM IN CHICAGO, LOS ANGELES, & WASHINGTON D.C.

M.A. in Forensic Psychology

  • A master’s degree in Forensic Psychology will open doors to a variety of professional opportunities that apply the art and science of psychology to the understanding and functioning of legal and related fields, including such areas as evaluating criminal minds and detecting criminal action.
  • Students learn from experienced faculty through a practitioner-focused curriculum and obtain the mastery needed to use psychology in legal and public policy arenas in an ethical, academically informed, and research-based manner.
  • Chicago Campus students gain hands-on experience at The Chicago School Forensic Center, which provides high-quality forensic psychological services and programming to improve the health and well-being of individuals within diverse communities. Students can choose from optional concentrations in Child Protection, Corrections and Sex Offender.
  • The D.C. Campus, in particular, is well-positioned to take advantage of its location to prepare students to work with the federal criminal justice and security systems. Courses are offered in an evening format that accommodates the needs of working professionals.