A sensitive and selective method based on the determination of haloperidol with the usage of magnetite-molecularly imprinted polymer and high-resolution liquid chromatography has been developed. This novel method is rapid as the detection procedure for haloperidol can be completed within a total time of 1 h. The same imprinted polymer can be used for the determination of haloperidol at least 20 times. The proposed method has been succesfully applied to synthetic urine and serum samples and the recoveries of the spiked samples were in the range of 94.7-100.7%. The limit of detection and limit of quantification of the method were 2.25 and 7.50 mu g/L, respectively. Linearity of the calibration graph was observed within the range of 10-250 mu g/L. By combining the high capacity, high selectivity, and reusability of the magnetic adsorbent with the dynamic calibration range, high sensitivity and high resolution of liquid chromatography with quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry, the proposed method is an ideal method for the determination and preconcentration of trace levels of haloperidol. A magnetite-molecularly imprinted polymer has been used for the first time as a selective adsorbent for the determination of haloperidol.