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Attention Criminal Justice and Human Relations majors- Forensic Psychology is here!


If so, luck is on your side! We are going to offer PSYC 323 in Term 2 on Saturday afternoons from 8:30am to 12:30pm. This course is an elective and should be taken after PSYC 101 and at least one other PSYC class. The description and other relevant information is below. You can register by going to The first class is Saturday, March 16th with Dr. Christopher Bishop.


PSYC 323/Lecture/1 – Forensic Psychology | Credits 3.000
Introduces students to psychological issues in the area of criminal justice, including the topics of juvenile delinquency, mental illness and criminal responsibility, and rehabilitation of offenders. Psychological theories and research on the causes of criminal behavior and the role of the psychologist in the criminal justice system are presented. Formerly PSY 333 and PSYC 323 Criminal and Forensic Psychology. 3 credits Prerequisites: PSYC 101 and 3 additional Psychology credits at the 200 level



Forensic Psychology
PSYC 323/Lecture/1
3/15/2013   –
2013   Spring Term 2 3.000 Saturday   8:30 AM – 12:30 PM; Trinity, Main, Room 236

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