A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate degree that is offered by universities and colleges when students complete a program of study. Most bachelor courses last three or four years with some lasting up to seven years.
Forensic psychology typically looks at the intersection between the justice system and psychology. Students who complete this field of study can help judges, attorneys, and law enforcement to better understand the psychology behind certain criminal acts.
The Bachelor of Science in Forensic Psychology at the Embry-Riddle Prescott campus combines interests in human behavior and the desire to positively impact the legal syst
The Bachelor of Science in Forensic Psychology at the Embry-Riddle Prescott campus combines interests in human behavior and the desire to positively impact the legal system. Psychology, research, math, science, statistics, and security are the foundations of the forensic psychology degree. This bachelor's degree builds on the understanding of behavioral and cognitive sciences, the impact of our society and culture on behavior, and the tools needed to evaluate those involved.
Forensic psychology students are well-prepared to enter careers in psychology or various related fields, court systems, law enforcement agencies, government security agencies, and law firms, and pursue postgraduate study in master-level and doctoral programs....