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At the Department of psychology there are several courses in legal and investigative psychology (at all levels), initiated and run by members of CLIP. Please note that some of these courses are given in Swedish.

First cycle (Bachelor level)

Legal and investigative psychology 1, 30 higher education credits

Second cycle (Master level)

Psychology in Legal and Investigative Contexts, 15 higher education credits

Legal Psychology: Current Research, 15 higher education credits

Third cycle (Graduate/PhD level

Interrogation in counter-terrorism contexts, 6 higher education credits

Interviewing child witnesses, 6 higher education credits

Erasmus Mundus

Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate Programme is a cooperation between the universities of Maastricht(NL), Portsmouth (UK) and Gothenburg (S). The program is open for applications from all over the world. For more information about the programme click here.

Other educational contributions

Within the Nordic Network for research on Psychology and Law (NNPL), members of CLIP have initiated and run a course (given in English) in Legal and investigative psychology for PhD students. For more information about the course click here

In addition, CLIP members are  continuously involved with further education and training for police investigators, prosecutors, judges,  and other groups of professionals.


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Page Manager: Emelie Ernberg|Last update: 12/13/2017

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