Required Concentration Courses (8 credits)
CLI MH520 - Law and Mental Health (credits: 2)
CLI MH512 - Forensic Psychology I: Children and Families (credits: 2) 
CLI MH513 - Forensic Psychology II: Adults (credits: 2) 
CLI MH625 - Forensic Assessment (credits: 3) 

Concentration Co-requisites
CLI SB522 - Addictive Disorders: Theory and Treatment (credits: 2) 

Additional Electives
CLI MH515 - Advanced Topics in Forensic Psychology (credits: 2) 
CLI MH630 - Police Psychology (credits: 2) 
COU FS501 - Sex Offender Evaluation and Treatment (credits: 3) (offered in the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program)
Other courses may be approved by the Concentration Director for concentration credit.

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Field Education Requirements (10 credits)
In their 3rd year, students must spend one year at a site related to forensic work. Pre-doctoral internship sites include outpatient treatment clinics, child, adolescent or adult treatment facilities, court clinics, forensic hospital units or hospital units with forensic beds, correctional facilities, legal advocacy agencies, forensic residential treatment facilities, among others. Students will gain experience in assessment, evaluation, testing and treatment methods that will prepare students to work with a diverse forensic populations. Through consultation with the concentration director, students may also choose to complete a second forensic placement in year four.

Doctoral Project Requirements (10 credits)
Students accepted into the Forensic Psychology concentration are required to complete a Doctoral Project germane to the specialty field of Forensic Psychology.

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