The Forensic Psychology course from The American University of Paris can be used to fulfil the fundamentals requirements in the psychology major.
An introduction to forensic psychology, the Forensic Psychology course from The American University of Paris critically covers how psychology is (and can be) applied to the justice system.
Topics include, but are not limited to, competence and insanity, profiling, psychopathy and antisocial personality disorder, assessment of dangerousness, jury selection, eyewitness testimony, psychology of policing, and sexual and domestic violence.
Using clinical, developmental, neuropsychological, social, and cultural frameworks, we will investigate crime from a variety of perspectives, including that of perpetrators, victims and communities.
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This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
If you are applying for credit, AUP requires official transcripts from your last three years of schooling. Transcripts must be submitted in English or French, or be accompanied by a certified translation.
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