Remember that Walden’s Title IV Code is 025042.
Examine the social and psychological factors that shape the development of criminal behavior. Explore a range of assessment methods and techniques and discover how they assist in criminal profiling and predicting criminal behavior and victim outcomes.
From child custody to personal injury to violent criminal cases, our BS in Forensic Psychology program focuses on how to gather relevant psychological data and prepare critical background information. You can prepare for greater career opportunities as you change your world and the world of those affected by criminal behavior.
Find detailed information for this program, including possible occupations, completion rate, program costs, and median student loan debt.
Find out if you can transfer credit, earn credit for prior learning, or structure your credit hours to earn your bachelor’s in less time.
Talk directly to School of Counseling faculty about what it’s like to earn your degree at Walden.
Download Walden’s interactive career guide to find the counseling or psychology program that aligns best with your professional goals.
Apply Now | Live Chat | Call Us
First six weeks tuition free when
you start the BS in Forensic Psychology
program on June 1, 2015.
© 2015 Walden University