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Learn research methods to evaluate programs aimed at forensic populations, conduct forensic assessments, and work to enhance systems and programs for incarcerated and recently released offenders and other forensic populations, including juveniles. Walden’s MS in Forensic Psychology is one of the only online graduate programs of its kind.
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Gain critical-thinking skills that will help you in the field through the use of multimedia technology in Walden’s MS in Forensic Psychology program.
When you enroll in this program, you don’t need to worry about buying books or registering for classes. We’ll do that for you.
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Receive a $3,000 Civil Service Change-Maker Grant when you start the MS in Forensic Psychology program on November 30. Some restrictions apply.
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