Special Topics in Forensic Psychology with Robert Prentky
June 5, 2020 - June 13, 2020
PSCY 7243, Special Topics in Forensic Psychology provides students with focused coverage of special populations and issues in the area of forensic psychology. As and advanced course in forensic psychology, it is intended that the lectures and discussions will build upon students' general knowledge of interviewing, assessment, and treatment to gain understanding of issues specific to particular populations (e.g., juvenile offenders, female offenders, offenders with psychopathic traits), contexts (e.g., assessments of law enforcement personnel), and areas of forensic practice (e.g., criminal profiling).
Students will explore these topics while staying at Wroxton College and visiting sites such as Stratford upon Avon, Oxford, and London.
Tuition: Students will be billed $1,930 for three graduate credits. The tuition cost reflects a 25% discount from the University.
Fee: Students will be billed $1,561.50* upon enrollment. This fee includes all in country transportation, all lodging, most meals, admission to theaters, museums, and other site visits. The billed cost DOES NOT include airfare. Students will be responsible for purchasing their own airline ticket. Group flight information will be made available by the trip leader.
If not already enrolled, students will be required to purchase the FDU sponsored health insurance for the duration of their time abroad. Details can be found at, www.firststudent.com.
*Students will be billed a $1,561.50 program fee upon enrollment. All participating students will receive a $500 J. Michael Adams Travel Grant applied directly to their Summer 2020 FDU account.
Robert Prentky, firstname.lastname@example.org