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Confused About Careers in Forensic Psychology

by Kiran
(Toronto, Canada)

Photo Credit:  Jsarcadia

Photo Credit: Jsarcadia

I've been looking around for quite a while, now. And I have to admit, it's very confusing. I'm going to be in my first year of university this September, and I'm majoring in Psychology, but I ultimately want a job as a Forensic Psychologist.


I've read the articles here and there, but what EXACTLY do I need to become a Forensic Psychologist? (Basically, what degrees, what do I do after Master's, etc.?) And under what jurisdiction would I be under, provincial or federal?

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