Forensic Psychology DPsych

The Doctor of Psychology in Forensic Psychology (DPsych in Forensic Psychology) is a research-based professional doctoral course for practicing forensic psychologists and aims to develop reflective researching practitioners.

This DPsych in Forensic Psychology is a two and a half year part-time research-based programme which allows experienced practicing forensic psychologists the opportunity to further develop their knowledge, understanding, skills, qualities and attributes in a specialist area of forensic psychology. Throughout the course you will be encouraged to engage in a process of continuous reflection on yourself, your practice and your research, which will ensure that you develop as a reflective researching practitioner.

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Entry Requirements For This Course

All applicants must have a British Psychological Society chartership with Full Membership of the Division of Forensic Psychology or Health and Care Professions registration as a Forensic Psychologist to undertake this course.

A Master's-level qualification or equivalent (e.g. Stage 1 of the BPS Diploma in Forensic Psychology or 180 M-level credits) in a relevant subject which included research teaching and assessment.

It is recommended, but not required that you have five years (including training) of experience in a forensic setting or at least two years of experience post-training.

Applicants will be required to provide two academic references.

Final selection is based on an interview with members of the course team.

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