- PS 500 Research and Evaluation
- PS 501 Bases of Psychopathology
- PS 507 Social Psychology of Aggression
- PS 517 Neuropsychological Issues, Treatments, and Assessments
- PS 580 Foundations of Forensic Psychology
- PS 581 Psychology and the Law
- PS 582 Advanced Issues in Forensic Psychology
- PS 584 Psychology of Criminal Behavior or SOC 507 Juvenile Justice
- PS 585 Forensic Assessment *
- PS 599F Internship: Forensic Psychology **
- SOC 510 Theories of Social Deviance
- Two (2) courses from the following: CE 508 Crisis Intervention***; CE 509 Substance Abuse Assessment and Intervention***; CE 524 Theories and Techniques of Family Counseling; CE 551 Multicultural Counseling; CJ 501 Victims of Interpersonal Violence; CJ 508 Principles of Forensic Science I; CJ 509 Principles of Forensic Science II: Advanced Criminalistics; LA 500 Introduction to the Legal System; LA 590 Supervising Legal Research and Writing; LA 591 Advanced Legal Research and Writing/Computerized Legal Research; PS 529 Psychopathology of Childhood and Adolescence; PS 583 Psychology and Treatment of the Juvenile Offender; PS 586 Field Experience in Criminal Court; PS 587 Psychology, Social Policy, and Law; PS 588 Police Psychology; PS 589 Behavioral Criminology; PS 590 Issues in Criminal Assessment and Investigation; PS 591 Child Victimization; PS 592 Foundations of Political Psychology; PS 598 Project. SOC 507 Juvenile Justice or PS 584 Psychology of Criminal Behavior can be chosen as an elective if not taken as part of the core requirements.
* PS 501 is a prerequisite for PS 585
** PS 599F is taken on a pass/fail basis and has the following prerequisites: PS 501, PS 580, PS 581, PS 584, and 6 additional program credits
*** Students pursuing the M.A. in Forensic Psychology and M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling should select CE 508 and CE 509 as their electives.
With prior approval of faculty, graduate credit for other elective courses can be applied toward the student’s degree.