The Forensic Psychology track is intended for students who have an interest in clinical psychology, forensic psychology, criminology, or law, as well as those who will be seeking employment in the criminal justice system.

Requirements for completing both the Forensic Psychology Track and the Psychology Major include:

  • PS 101 — Introductory Psychology
  • PS 301/PS301L — Experimental Design (with lab)
  • PS 370 — Forensic Psychology
  • PS 435 — Tests and Measurements
  • PS 457 — Adult Psychopathology
  • PS 471 — Seminar in Ethics

One course chosen from:

  • PS 318/318L — Sensation and Perception (with lab)
  • PS 326 — Psychobiology

One course chosen from:

  • PS 241 — Social Psychology
  • PS 261 — Child Development
  • PS 262 –Adolescent Development

One course chosen from:

  • PS 380/PS380L — Memory and Cognition (with lab)
  • PS 332/332L — Learning and Behavior (with lab)
  • PS 386 — Mind, Brain, & Behavior

One course chosen from:

  • PS 470 — Seminar on Children in the Legal System
  • PS 482/483 — Mental Health Practicum

One course chosen from:

  • PS 375 — Clinical Psychology
  • PS 462 — Counseling Theory and Practice

One course chosen from:

  • SC 220 — Criminal Justice Systems
  • SC 240 — Criminology
  • SC 345 — Corrections

Choose at least one Psychology elective.

Coordinator: Elizabeth V. Swenson, Ph.D., J.D.