Forensic Psychology (M.S.)
Explore the intersection of mental health and the law, and prepare for a leadership role as a forensic psychologist.
Forensic psychology is a fast-growing field that offers myriad opportunities for professional advancement. The M.S. program at UND prepares you for a variety of psychology-related careers in the criminal justice and legal systems.
- Program type:
- Master's Degree
- Est. time to complete:
- 2 years
- Credit hours:
Why Study Forensic Psychology at UND?
An understanding of psychology prepares you to solve problems in courtrooms, prisons, police departments and beyond. The M.S. in Forensic Psychology will arm you with:
- A solid foundation in psychological principles and theories.
- Specific forensic-relevant knowledge and experience.
- Exceptional skills in analysis, communication and evaluation.
- An in-depth understanding of our legal system.
You'll get real-world experience through fieldwork and produce a thesis based on independent, original research. And you'll graduate as an expert in the field, ready to make your mark at the intersection of law and psychology.