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MSc Investigative Forensic Psychology

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  • Entry requirements
    A Bachelors Honours degree with 2:2 in any subject or equivalent. If English is not your first language, you\'ll need IELTS (Academic) 6.5 with a minimum of 6.5 in writing, speaking, listening and reading.
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  • Course description
    Why study MSc Investigative Forensic Psychology at BU?

    Learn about the underlying theories regarding the psychology of investigations and consider areas such as how face-processing can assist identification of individuals 

    Explore different offence types – sexual offending, murder and violent crime, group offending, and different forms of cyber-crime 

    Investigate and scrutinise violent mocked-up crime scenes to provide investigative evidence and learn how to present expert witness testimony in a mock court 

    Evaluate victims, witnesses, suspects and offenders as well as the environment, geography and time to create fieldwork and case studies based on real experiences 

    Benefit from the expert knowledge of our academics and guest speakers, including the Course Leader Dr Terri Cole who shares her extensive experience as a behavioural investigative adviser and serious crime analyst  

    Develop transferable skills like writing grant proposals and how to publish research as well as working closely with a member of staff for your research topic, perhaps linked to your future career aspirations. 

    Superb facilities
    You will have access to our superb facilities, including an on-campus crime scene training centre, mock courtrooms and psychology testing suites with the latest eye-tracking and face-processing equipment.  

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