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The University of Liverpool has announced a new Master’s degree programme in Investigative and Forensic Psychology at its London Campus, starting in September.
The programme will build on the 20 year history of forensic psychology at Liverpool – the oldest such department in the world – by drawing more on established bodies such as the Metropolitan Police.
Students will take modules on subjects such as emergency response, criminal behaviour and legal processes with access to high profile visiting speakers to build careers in the police, probation services or as expert witnesses.
Programme leader, Dr Louise Almond, talks here about the course and what students can expect from a degree at the University’s London Campus.
For more information on the University of Liverpool in London, please visit: http://www.liv.ac.uk/study/london/
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