I am looking for good colleges in criminal psychology in USA/UK. Kindly guide me.?

Asked by Dyuti Panwala over 1 year ago

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Hey, Master of Criminal Psychology and Criminal Justice is one of the best courses to choose from that offers in-depth learning in Criminal Justice. A typical master's degree in Psychology in the USA is of a duration between two to three years, depending upon your selection of course and the university.

You can go for the US as your dream country because a majority of the top US universities offering a Master's degree in Psychology are ranked among the top 100 universities globally in QS World University Rankings 2023. Even some universities like Northwestern University, Yale University, and Carnegie Mellon University are ranked in the Top 50 QS Rankings For Psychology Subjects.

Here we have curated a list of the best universities in the USA for Master's in psychology.

Columbia University
New York University
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Pennsylvania State University
Michigan State University
Let's discuss each university one by one.

The eligibility criteria and requirements for a Master's in Psychology in the USA depend upon the program and the university you choose. However, the basic ones remain the same at most universities. These may include - 

Bachelor's Degree - The nominal MA or MS in psychology in USA eligibility is to have a bachelor's degree either BA or BSc in related subjects with a minimum of 3.0 GPA. A few of the universities also ask for a certain research experience. This is usually achieved after completing an undergraduate research course, writing a thesis or working with a research assistant during studies.


Language Requirements - Minimum 6.5 Band score in IELTS/ 9 in TOEFL.


GRE or GMAT Score -A GMAT or GRE score is also required by US  universities. The average GMAT score must range from 650 to 700 or a GRE score of 290 or above. However, there are some colleges that offer admission to a Master's in psychology in the USA without GRE scores. 

I hope this helps!

 


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