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Legal and Forensic Psychology

Overview

The UCI School of Social Ecology is developing the Legal and Forensic Psychology Certificate Program which will be administered by UCI Division of Continuing Education. This program is designed for professionals, such as attorneys, probation officers, jury consultants, court liaisons, expert witnesses, victims’ advocates, law enforcement advocates, and case managers, who need to develop their knowledge of how human behavior and forensic science integrate into the United States justice system.

Visit the Center for Psychology and Law to learn more about how UCI brings together faculty, students, and members of the legal community to address real world problems.

English Proficiency Requirement
All certificate programs at UCI Division of Continuing Education (classroom and online formats) require professional-level English language proficiency in listening and note-taking, reading comprehension and vocabulary, written expression, and oral presentation.

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The UCI School of Social Ecology is also developing an online Masters in Legal and Forensic Psychology. Receive information about the Masters Degree as it becomes available.

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Career Insight

Occupational summary for detectives and criminal investigators in the United States.

109,121
Jobs
(2016)
2.30%
Projected Growth
(2017-2027)
$55k-$104k
Annual Salary
(25th-75th Percentile)