Forensic Psychology and Investigation
The Forensic Psychology and Investigation Program examines the production and application of psychological knowledge to the civil/criminal justice system. Topics covered in the program include, but are not limited to: risk assessment, domestic violence, insanity, suicide, psychological autopsies, and sexual harassment.
The full Forensic Psychology Program is available on the Logan, Williamson, and Wyoming/McDowell campuses. The Boone/Lincoln Campus offers the program support courses and many, but not all, major courses. Many courses in the program are available online or on the weekend.