This program leads to two separate master's degrees and would afford students a strong background in forensic psychology, emphasizing restorative justice, while ensuring them a quality counseling program leading to state licensure (Marriage Family Therapy license). Students complete the counseling degree first, graduate and continue to work on licensure while finishing the forensic portion of the program.
This double master's degree program leads to two separate graduate degrees and requires only the completion of an additional 24 units for the second graduate degree. Students completing this program are eligible for state licensure.
Designed for the working adult, most classes are offered late afternoons and evenings, Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays. Some Saturday classes are required.