Full course description
In the second year of the Forensic Psychology Master programme, students are expected to conduct a research internship.
The research undertaken for a Master’s Thesis will offer students opportunities for critical reflection and problem solving. The research must be empirical (either quantitative or qualitative), and will preferably involve students in all phases of the empirical cycle. The Master’s Thesis will be written in the format of an empirical article, including Introduction, Method, Results and Discussion. Students start their internship with the writing of a research proposal.
Students are able to understand:
how to formulate research question, search for literature, design an experiment, collect data, data analysis, write master’s thesis.
Completion of all first year Forensic Psychology courses.