Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology Faculty - Fordham University.
Psychology majors with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 and psychology GPA of 3.4 may graduate with honors in psychology by participating in the Psychology Undergraduate Honors Program. Interested students should contact the associate chair for information about the requirements for the program, which involves writing a senior thesis that is mentored by a department faculty member.
Many of these projects are facilitated through The Open University Policing Consortium, an externally funded initiative involving more than ten UK police forces. Research in forensic psychology at the OU is also supported through the Forensic Cognition Research Group and the Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative (HERC).
As part of the Fordham Law-Psychology Seminar, this forum brings together three experts to describe their current work in forensic psychology. Each presentation is 20 minutes and will allow time for discussion afterwards. Chair Professor Robert Emmons, J.D., Fordham University. Welcome Address Harold Takooshian, Ph.D., Fordham University.
Also, the school psychology doctoral program is registered with the New York State Education Department for purposes of school psychology certification and professional licensing in psychology. In addition, graduates of the Fordham doctoral and advanced certificate school psychology programs are eligible to become Nationally Certified School Psychologists (NCSP).
Home Academics Academic Departments Psychology Graduate Program Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology Clinical Externships Clinical Externships We strive to provide our students with a well-balanced and diverse training experience, working with a wide range of psychological disorders, populations, and mental health delivery systems.
Guide to Graduate Programs in Forensic and Legal Psychology. 2014-2015. A resource for prospective students. Jared Ruchensky and Matthew T. Huss. Creighton University. Guide developed in collaboration with the Teaching, Training, and Careers Committee of the American Psychology-Law Society, Division 41.
St. John's University. For existing psychologists, St. John's offers a post-doctoral Graduate Certificate in Forensic Psychology. Two versions of the certificate exist: the foundational, which can.