Division of the Sciences
To inquire about this program:
Cheryl Paradis, Psy.D. | 212-774-4885 | E-mail
A Forensic Psychology minor provides students with the necessary tools for understanding and critically assessing important questions of law and mental issues, including crime investigations, racial profiling, the death penalty, problems with the prison system, the psychology of violence and the assessment and treatment of defendants and convicted offenders. The MMC Forensic Psychology minor provides students an opportunity to explore professional interests in a range of fields, including forensic psychology, psychiatry, criminology, law, policing and corrections, police administration, FBI, research, education and journalism. While most of the students would be psychology majors, students majoring in sociology or political science could also complete the Forensic Psychology minor.
Please check the current catalog for the full listing of courses and requirements for this major.
Cheryl Paradis, Psy.D.