Doctor of Psychology, Criminology and Justice Studies
This program is not intended to lead to certification or licensure.^
Be a practitioner and a scholar in law enforcement and corrections. Develop your expertise in criminal behavior and find real-world solutions. Explore how institutions process criminals through the correctional system, and learn to ensure due process. Distinguish between crimes and locate them within social and economic contexts. Discover proven methods to rehabilitate people, empowering them to return as productive members of society.
This PsyD program delves deeper than curriculum for the Master of Arts in Psychology, Criminology and Justice Studies Specialization. This program includes a more extensive research component and broader applications through coursework. The Doctor of Psychology further enriches your research through the process of proposing, writing, and defending an Applied Doctoral Project or Dissertation.
This program of study does not meet, nor is intended to meet, the requirements for professional licensure in the State of Colorado. The Doctor of Psychology (PsyD), Criminology and Justice Studies Specialization program is not a licensure program.
The Doctor of Psychology (PsyD), Criminology and Justice Studies Specialization program is not a licensure program. The University of the Rockies cannot confirm whether its courses or programs meet requirements for professional licensure in your state. For information regarding professional licensure requirements in your state, you should contact the applicable licensing board or agency in your state and determine whether the program meets requirements for licensure in the state where you reside.
Additional information will be provided to you when you contact the school and during your first term in your program of study.