Psychology starting in the fall of 2022. The program is designed for people currently working in law enforcement, corrections, social services, or psychology who want to develop skills in psychological and intelligence analysis. The 36-credit program can be completed in two years.
Kristen Acosta, a Criminal Justice professor who helped design the program, notes that a graduate “can become a juror consultant, forensic interviewer, or go on for a law degree.” The master’s degree can also lead to employment in homeland security, correctional systems, and social services. Some courses will introduce students to basic criminal profiling concepts.