Legal Psychology is the specialized area of psychology whose object is the study of the behavior of legal actors in the field of law, law and justice. Therefore, the Master in Legal and Forensic Psychology includes the study, evaluation and approach of those psychological phenomena that affect the behavior of people and that have legal and legal implications.

We form a master's degree with skills to act as an expert in legal and forensic psychology in different legal fields with theoretical and practical strengths. Through a comprehensive approach in the five areas of legal psychology: victimological, criminal, penitentiary, forensic and testimony.

The master's degree in legal and forensic psychology works in legal areas, supporting decision-making in those cases in which psychological discipline is required, which makes it an auxiliary of justice.

It is a deepening master's degree, organized in three academic periods structured in five curricular areas which are: foundations in Law, Legal Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Research and sociohumanistics.

Enter the study plan

Know our rates and dates

Registration: until July 9, 2021
Interview: The date and time of the interview must be requested from the Faculty upon registration. Arrange at (4) 444 0 555 ext. 1563 or to the email of the program coordinator: mgutierrez@ces.edu.co
Admission results: The definitive list of those admitted will appear on our website after the interviews
Program duration: 3 semesters
Tuition payment: After passing the admission certificate, the admitted applicant will have a period of fifteen (15) days to make the tuition payment
Classes start: July 16, 2021
Class hours: Fridays from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Saturdays from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm Weekly concentrations
Registration PIN cost: $ 163,000 COP
Academic credit cost: $ 693,000 COP

Documentation required for the registration process:

Copy of the undergraduate degree certificate
Copy of diploma
· Copy of the identity document (extended to 150%)
· Photo size 3 x 4 color, white background

NOTE: The above documents do not need to be authenticated.

Those forms in which false information is verified or that are not fully filled out will not be considered.

You will not be able to carry out the interview if you come to it without the minimum required documentation .

Head of Postgraduate Programs
Marta Cecilia Gutierrez R
E-mail: mgutierrez@ces.edu.co
Telephone: (57) (4) 444 0 555 Ext. 1563 - 1201

Do you want to know more? Write to us

Program coordinator
Andrea Cartagena Preciado
E-mail: acartagena@ces.edu.co
Phone: (57) (4) 444 0 555 Ext. 1563 - 1201

Profile
of the applicant

We are looking for psychologists who wish to train in a high-quality, innovative and unique master's degree in the field.

Why choose
is this program?

Because it is the first master's degree in legal and forensic psychology supported by the experience of the CES University.

Profile
graduate

Our magister have the skills to to guarantee assessment in legal psychology and forensic.

 

Addressed to psychologists interested in the field of legal and forensic psychology, who contribute to the development of this field of psychology in the country.

  • First master's degree in legal and forensic psychology in Medellín and its area of influence.
  • Study plan organized in 3 semesters.
  • Training in the five areas of legal psychology.
  • Supported by the Auxiliary Center of Justice of the CES - CENDES University.
  • Experience in the training of the psychologist in Assessment of the damage in Mental Health through the specialization in legal psychology.
  • Simulation activities for the development of practical skills.
  • Training activities in real contexts.
  • Act as an expert in legal psychology in different legal fields, with scientific, theoretical and practical strengths.
  • Carry out psychological evaluations for legal purposes, preparation of expert reports and oral support of these.
  • Advising government institutions and lawyers in legal processes related to mental health.
  • Act as an expert who supports decision-making by judicial operators in legal processes related to mental health.
  • Participate in the formulation of public policies, especially those that have to do with the performance of the role of legal psychologist.

Requirements
degree

Know the necessary requirements to graduate.

Groups of
research

We offer different research groups to strengthen the knowledge of our professionals.

Financing
and scholarships

At the University we offer financing options and scholarships to our students with entities in agreement.

You must approve all the subjects of the study plan and the specific requirements for each program, reported in the minutes by the Promotions Committee. In addition, it requires:

1. To have presented the current evidence that the State determines to be mandatory.
2. Present a certificate of attendance to the CES Chair.

3. The payment of the degree rights, established in the pecuniary rights.
4. Have approved the degree or research work.
5. Peace and safe with the University for all concepts.

Research group in Psychology, health and society

For financing we have agreements with:
CES Educational Strengthening Program
Pichincha Bank
ICETEX
Sapiencia Fund
Fincomercio (Fincoeducar)
National Savings Fund (FNA)
Itaú

We have our own scholarships and in alliance with the following entities:
Foundations
Business
Public entities

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Exchange from
another university

You chose us for your exchange, find out about the process and the requirements to meet. Plus

Exchange towards
another university

Live the experience of expanding your knowledge in Colombia or the world. Plus

Internships
academic cultural

We open the doors of the world for you to complement your academic training with us. Plus

Teachers of the program

Education
Keep it going

Keep your knowledge updated to enhance your professional profile. Plus

Wellness
academic

We offer spaces and programs for the personal and collective development of the CES community. Plus

Discounts with entities in agreement

These are the economic benefits that we have with different companies and organizations. Plus

Center
of languages

Increase your job possibilities, deepening or exploring new languages. Plus

Legal information of the program

Program name:
Master in Legal and Forensic Psychology

Faculty:
Psychology

Program modality:
Face-to-face

SNIES code:
108698

Qualified Registration:
Resolution 014981 of December 18, 2019

Program type:
master's degree

City:
Medellin

Duration:
3 semesters

Title awarded:
Master in legal and forensic psychology

Approximate total cost per semester:
$ 8,673,000 COP

Cost of academic credit:
$ 668,850 COP

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