Walden University

Bachelor of Science in Forensic Psychology - Victims and Justice

Walden University's B.S. in Forensic Psychology with a specialization in Victims and Justice will focus on different types of victimization and the criminal justice system's response to victims, as well as victims' human and civil rights. Explore and analyze current trends in victimology, including environmental justice, the promotion of diversity, and the protection of human rights. Review the role of international organizations in international relations and in promoting social justice. Discover ways to advocate for the victims' rights and restore communities in the wake of criminal activity. AIM Higher at Walden University Accelerate Into Master's (AIM) Transition from a bachelor's degree to a master's degree in less time with Walden's Accelerate Into Master's (AIM) degree option. AIM offers high-achieving undergraduate students an opportunity to take as many as five graduate-level courses in their undergraduate coursework. Upon completion, credits from these courses can be applied toward a master's degree. With the AIM degree option, you can earn your master's degree in as little as one year, depending on your individual progress and degree program.

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