Applied Criminal Psychology (B.S.)


Applied Criminal Psychology (B.S.) presents students with a blend of criminal justice and psychology coursework. The program equips graduates with a deep understanding of the varied psychological dimensions of various criminal justice applications, including perpetrators, victims, and law enforcement professionals themselves. Criminal and forensic psychologists work to connect psychological science with the justice system, working tightly with all different branches of law enforcement, including trials and investigations.

Sample Courses:

  • Criminal Psychology
  • Addictions and Recovery
  • Ethics and Diversity in Criminal Justice
  • Counseling Techniques

Possible Careers

  • Community Service Specialist
  • Police
  • Corrections
  • Forensic Interviewer
  • Department of Children’s Services Case Manager
  • Jury Consultant
  • Victim’s Advocate

Program Faculty