October 14, 2014
Forensic Psychology involves applying psychology to the field of criminal investigation and law. It involves criminal profiling, narrowing down the suspect list, assessment and treatment of criminal behavior. It is also appropriate for student who wants to go into paralegal studies, counselling, social welfare services, investigation and security line.
Careers involved working in Securities Industry, Law Firms, Rehabilitation & Correction Centers, Investigations, Community Services, Social Services, Counselors and Schools.
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The following types of direct assessment methods are used as evaluation tools for each module:
Mid-term Exam (20%)
Final Exam (20%)
Assignments may consist of Multiple choice, True/False, Short answer questions and written assignment such as essays, Case Studies, Critical Reviews and Research Papers.
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Average Teacher-Student ratio is 1:45.
Students must complete 1 core and 7 electives.
ASAS does not offer all the subjects listed below each semester or each year. Certain subjects may be offered on an alternate-year basis or as determined by demand. Check with our consultants on the availability of the subjects: http://asasedu.com/contact-us/