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Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science, Concentration in Forensic Psychology Curriculum

Program Core Requirements

Course NumberCourse NameCredits
PSYC1001 Intro to Psychology 3
PSYC2001 Psychology of Adjustment 3
PSYC2105 Social Psychology 3
PSYC1107 Human Growth and Development (OR)
PSYC1002 Developmental Child Psychology 3
PSYC2400 Forensic Psychology 3
PSYC2405 Correctional Psychology 3
PSYC2002 Psychology of Personality 3
PSYC2603 Brain and Behavior 3
PSYC3400 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSYC4400 Criminal Minds 3

Additional Program Requirements

Course NumberCourse NameCredits
BIOL1001 Biology I (OR)
BIOL2503 Anatomy & Physiology 4
EXSC3205 Drugs and Society 3
FORE2001 Introduction to Forensics 4
JUST1100 Criminal Justice System & Process 3
JUST1300 Theories of Crime 3
JUST2204 Victimology & Victim Services 3
LGLS2102 Criminal Law 3
SOCI1001 Introduction to Sociology 3
SOCI2400 Social Problems 3
SOCI3200 Deviance & Social Control 3

General Education

Course NumberCourse NameCredits
CORE1001 Managing Transitions 3
CORE-ENGL The New Normal 3
CORE3100 Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset 3
ENGL1003 Writing About Literature 3

Credits Total: 74

Elective TypeCredits
Math Elective 3
Science with Lab Elective 4
2 Fine Arts and Humanities Electives 6
2 Behavioral or Social Sciences Electives 6
3 General Education Electives 9
6 JUST, PSYC, or Open Electives 18

Credits From Electives: 46

Total Program Credits: 120

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