A Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology degree from UND offers you flexibility in prospective or current employment, and provides you with concrete professional skills that will advance your career in behavioral sciences.
You will learn how to provide the psychological services needed by the legal community. You may work in a prison or state hospital setting, or serve as a consultant for a broad range of organizations.
With an MA in Forensic Psychology, you can work for a variety of organizations, including:
Addiction Service Centers
Child Care/Advocacy Agencies
Community Mental Health Centers
Family, Civil & Criminal Courts
Law Enforcement/Police Departments
State Forensic Units
Social Service Agencies
Trial Consulting Services
You may also want to earn your MA in Forensic Psychology if you are interested in pursing doctoral programs in psychology, criminal justice, forensic psychology, forensic science or law.