Walden University’s advanced undergraduate criminal justice students are eligible to take select graduate courses as part of their undergraduate degree program completion. Upon admission to the associated graduate program, these courses may then be applied to Walden’s M.S. in Psychology, M.S. in Forensic Psychology, or Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.) programs.
To help ensure student success, the following requirements have been established:
The student must be in good standing with the university.
The student must maintain an overall GPA of 2.5 or better to be eligible to register for the above courses.
The student must have completed all general education and core requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.
Note: Students are advised to consult the Walden University Student Handbook and contact a member of the Academic Advising Team for more information regarding the Accelerate Into Master’s (A.I.M.) program.
All graduate courses are taken as electives and must be selected from the list below.
Note: The courses outlined in the Accelerate Into Master’s (A.I.M.) program are 12 weeks in length and are only offered in September, December, March, and June.
Choose up to five of the following courses for the M.S. in Forensic Psychology program:
Walden University students who have successfully completed Accelerate Into Master’s (AIM) courses and who are graduating (or have graduated) from the B.S. in Criminal Justice program are invited to apply to the M.S. in Forensic Psychology program. Upon acceptance to Walden’s M.S. in Forensic Psychology program, up to five courses can be applied to degree completion requirements.