Why study MSc Forensic Psychology at Middlesex University?
Accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS), this course provides you with an in-depth understanding of forensic psychology's key principles. Through special visits and interactive workshops, we will develop your awareness of the forensic psychological practice and the work of leading criminal justice professionals.
You will gain a critical understanding of a variety of research techniques and statistical methods. Your individual work will contribute to research in forensic psychology and develop your own analytical and reporting skills. Scholarly work is organised around psychological, legal and criminological concepts relevant to contemporary social issues and organisations. With a strong grounding in ethics, human rights, professional practice and research, our training will aid subsequent professional practice.
Accredited by The British Psychological Society (BPS). The syllabus includes the academic material you will need to become a chartered member of the BPS and a full member of the Division of Forensic Psychology.
Successful completion of the degree will provide the academic component required to enrol in the BPS Qualification in Forensic Psychology (Stage 2). You will be exempt from Stage 1 of the qualification.
The School of Science and Technology has a lively research culture led by internationally recognised researchers. Staff within the Forensic Psychology Research Group are widely published in academic and mainstream media.
Benefit from the experience of our dedicated and enthusiastic staff. You will have access to some of the leading computer, laboratory and library study facilities in the UK.
Our facilities include fully equipped lecture theatres and tutorial spaces; a psychophysiology laboratory; social observation laboratories; a video editing suite; an auditory cognition laboratory; and testing cubicles.
- As a student of this course, you'll receive a free electronic textbook for every module.
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Last updated December 15, 2017