|Course Title||FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY|
|Session||S1, SUMMER 1ST 6 WEEK SESSION|
|Full Title||Selected Topics in Psychology|
|Description||Responsibilities of forensic psychologists, to include criminal investigation, eyewitness identification, investigative behavioral analysis, jury selection, juvenile forensics and death penalty cases, mental defenses and competency issues, school bullying, sexual abuse issues, threat assessment|
|General Text||NOTE: To declare the psychology major, students must report in person to the Psychology Undergraduate Advising Office and provide the Undergraduate Adviser with evidence of having completed the requirements. Informal transcripts may be used by the Psychology Undergraduate Office to determine declaration of the major. Students should declare the major as soon as they have completed the necessary requirements and should complete no more than 12 units of upper division psychology courses prior to declaring the major. Admitted students transferring to SDSU should visit the Psychology Undergraduate Office for major advising.|
Introduction to Forensic Psychology: Examines how forensic psychology can inform the legal process, including the role of forensic psychologists in criminal investigation, eyewitness identification, mental defenses, sexual abuse, juvenile forensics, death penalty cases, and jury selection. Prerequisite(s): PSY 101
S1, Classes meet May 21 through Jul 2, 2015.