Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology
How to Apply
For questions regarding the application and admission process, please contact the Office of Graduate Admissions:
For questions regarding the program requirements, please contact the Forensic Psychology Office:
Admissions requirements for the program are as follows:
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited post-secondary institution or international equivalent with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
- 24 undergraduate credit hours of social sciences, 12 of which are in Psychology, plus Experimental Psychology or Research Methods and/or Statistical Methods.
- A minimum General GRE combined score of 297. The Psychology Subject GRE is not required. The General GRE requirement is currently waived for the current application cycle.
- Three academic letters of recommendations (can be completed within the application)
- Personal statement highlighting interest, career goals, and intended field of research
Applicants who meet the admission requirements except for the courses in Statistics or Research Methods/ Experimental Psychology or three credits in psychology may be accepted on the condition that these undergraduate requirements are completed prior to beginning the program or in within the first semester of the program.
For any questions regarding the application and admissions process, contact the Office of Graduate Admissions:
For any questions regarding the program, contact the Forensic Psychology Office: