Full course description
Students specialising in Forensic Psychology are required to conduct a clinical internship in an approved setting. The clinical internship can be conducted in conjunction with the research internship or separately. Students are required to submit a report on their experiences during the clinical internship. Requirements for this report are provided to students via EleUM. Students commence their internship by writing a description of their learning Intended Learning Outcomes.
This clinical internship lasts a minimum of 5 months (520 hours). In addition to the clinical internship, students may want to acquire a qualification in Psychodiagnostics (“NIP Basisaantekening Psychodiagnostiek”). The Master’s in Forensic Psychology will also allow graduates from the programme to meet the entry demands of the post-master’s education as a Health Care Psychologist (‘GZ-Verklaring’).
Students are able to understand:
- applying scientific knowledge to forensic-clinical practice;
- reflection on performance of clinical skills;
- forensic assessment;
- forensic treatment and risk management;
- forensic report writing.
Completion of all first year Forensic Psychology courses.