Frequently Asked Questions about the Online-Blended M.A. in Forensic Psychology: Non-Licensure Track
What is Forensic Psychology?
The American Board of Forensic Psychology defines forensic psychology as “the application of the science and profession of psychology to questions and issues relating to law and the legal system.”
How is a M.A. in Forensic Psychology: Non-Licensure Track Services from The Chicago School specifically defined?
As established by The Chicago School, an M.A. in Forensic Psychology: Non-Licensure Track focuses on the application of the knowledge of psychology as it relates to law and the legal system.
How long is the M.A. in Forensic Psychology: Non-Licensure Track program?
You can earn your M.A. in Forensic Psychology in as little as 20 months.
How flexible are the class schedules?
The classes are very flexible. Our online-blended programs offer flexible, accelerated options designed to help working adults get ahead.
What support system do you have in place for your students?
The Chicago School is committed to offering personal support to all our students, no matter where in the world they reside. For that reason we offer a personal advisor/mentor who will work with you from your first phone call to the day you graduate, as well as classroom support from caring staff on our 24/7 helpline.
What do I need to apply for the Forensic Psychology: Non-Licensure Track program?
• Official transcripts (bachelor’s degree through your highest level of education attempted)
• Statement of Purpose
• Current résumé (three to five years of post-baccalaureate work experience is generally required;
exceptions may be made after consultation with the program of study)
For FAQs about The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and admissions-related policies, please visit our General FAQ page. For any other questions, please call us at 866-907-4209 or request more information.