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.
Students who pursue this specialization online must attend in-residence weekends in Denver (Friday midday to Sunday midday - dates TBD) for courses ORG 7272, ORG 7101, ORG 8580. Please refer to these Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about this in-residence requirement.
The Doctor of Psychology (PsyD), Criminology and Justice Studies Specialization is not a licensure program and does not prepare an individual to become a licensed psychology professional. University of the Rockies does not represent that this program meets certification or licensure requirements in any state. It is the student’s responsibility to review any state certification or licensure requirements in his or her intended field of employment.