Applications invited for UK's first forensic-clinical doctorate

Posted on Tuesday 1st April 2014

March 14 Psychology magazine coverApplications are being accepted for a unique doctorate that allows students to practise two branches of applied psychology. 

The Doctorate in Forensic and Clinical Psychology, which was highlighted in the latest edition of The Psychologist, provides a dual qualification and is the first programme of its kind in the UK. 

The four-year course is accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council and the British Psychological Society and welcomed its first intake in September 2013. 

The programme was developed by the Department of Psychology in conjunction with St Andrew’s Healthcare. Successful candidates are eligible to become Chartered Forensic and Clinical Psychologists within the BPS and apply for registration with the HCPC as Forensic and Clinical Psychologists.

For more information visit the course page.