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The program is offered online with two weekend residencies and incorporates technology to support a rich learning environment from outside of the classroom.
Faculty Spotlight: Diana Concannon
特级做人爱c级,一日本一级做人爱c视频正Diana M. Concannon, PsyD, is Associate Provost for Strategic Initiatives and Partnerships at Alliant International University, Dean of the California School of Forensic Psychology, and Director of the APA-Accredited California Psychology Internship Consortium. To each of these positions, she brings more than 25 years of executive leadership experience to support the development and delivery of quality, practical, and accessible education in various mental health disciplines.
She is a forensic psychologist, licensed to practice in California, New York, Utah, and Washington D.C., a Professional Certified Investigator by the American Society for Industrial Security, a Rape Escape Instructor, and a Loyola Law School-trained Mediator.
She is the author of and , which was just published this past September.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the career outlook for graduates of the Master’s in Forensic Behavioral Science degree program?
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What kind of job can I expect to get with this degree?
特级做人爱c级,一日本一级做人爱c视频正Graduates of the Master’s in Forensic Behavioral Science degree program can find themselves in several positions, that may seem different on the surface, but are actually deeply related in how they focus on the understanding and interpretation of human behavior. Several such positions are: sociologist, forensic psychologist, anthropologist, social worker, law enforcement, collegiate-level professor, security, emergency management, human resources, and more.
What scholarship and financial aid options are available to me?
Private and public scholarships can help you meet the cost of your education. Alliant International University is pleased to be able to offer a significant number of institutional scholarships for many of our students. Learn more about these scholarship opportunities . Additional Financial aid is available for those who qualify in the form of loans, grants, federal work study, and military aid. Learn more in our .
When does the Master’s in Forensic Behavioral Science degree program start?
The Master’s in Forensic Behavioral Science degree program is offered as an 8-week term program and is open for enrollment during those enrollment periods. You can find a copy of our 8-week term academic calendar here.
How long does it take to complete the MS in Forensic Behavioral Science program?
The Master’s in Forensic Behavioral Science degree program is a 36-credit program and takes a minimum of 1 year to complete, across 7 terms.
Who teaches the classes?
特级做人爱c级,一日本一级做人爱c视频正CSFS faculty members include criminologists, forensic psychologists, law enforcement officers, security professionals, and legal professionals who are engaged in professional practice.
What is the modality of this program?
You can earn your MS in Forensic Behavioral Science degree online and on your time, allowing you to tailor your education to your schedule.
Program Campus Locations
特级做人爱c级,一日本一级做人爱c视频正The Master of Science in Forensic Behavioral Science Degree Program is offered as an online program. Explore our online programs below.
At Alliant, our mission is to prepare students for professional careers of service and leadership and promote the discovery and application of knowledge to improve the lives of people in diverse cultures and communities around the world. Our Vision is an inclusive world empowered by Alliant alumni.
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