Masters Programs

In addition to the information provided through the links to each program's website, the members of the AP-LS Teaching, Training, and Careers Committee (TTC) developed a Guide to Graduate Programs in Legal and Forensic Psychology (PDF, 442KB). We hope this new format will allow students interested in psychology and law programs to more easily access and compare graduate programs. This guide lists current graduate programs in forensic and legal psychology. Programs are listed alphabetically by degree type: doctoral programs (PhD and PsyD), joint programs (PhD/JD, PsyD/JD, JD/MA, PhD/MLS), and masters-level programs. Each program is described using the same categories (program facts, admission criteria, opportunities for research or practica, and funding availability) to help prospective students make informed choices about graduate training and education in psychology and law.

Adler School of Professional Psychology (MA in Counseling, Specialization in Forensic Psychology)

Argosy University (MA in Forensic Psychology)

American International College (MS in Forensic Psychology)

Arizona State University (MS in Psychology; Law and Psychology JD/PhD Program)

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (MA in Forensic Psychology or MA in Forensic Psychology: Applied Forensic Services)

College of Saint Elizabeth (MA in Forensic Psychology and Counseling)

Fairleigh Dickinson University (MA in Forensic Psychology)

George Washington University (MA in Forensic Psychology)

Holy Names University (MA in Forensic Psychology; Dual MA in Forensic and Counseling Psychology)

John Jay College of Criminal Justice-CUNY (MA or PhD)

Kentucky State University (MA in Interdisciplinary Behavioral Science)

Marymount University (MA in Forensic Psychology)

Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MA in Forensic and Counseling Psychology)

New York Law School (MA and Certificate in Mental Disability Law)

Palo Alto University (MA in Forensic & Correctional Psychology)

Roger Williams University (MA in Forensic Psychology)

The Sage Colleges (MS in Forensic Mental Health or MA in Counseling and Community Psychology)

Tiffin University (MA in Criminal Justice with Forensic Psychology Concentration).

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (MA in Clinical or Experimental Psychology with Concentration in Psychology and Law)

University of Denver (MA in Forensic Psychology)

University of Florida (MA or joint JD/MA in Criminology, Law and Society)

University of Houston-Victoria (MA in Forensic Psychology)

University of Leicester (MSc in Forensic Psychology)

University of Nebraska (joint JD/PhD or joint JD/MA in Clinical or Social Psychology or Masters of Legal Studies)

University of North Dakota (MS or MA in Forensic Psychology)

Valparaiso University (joint JD/MA in Counseling)