Palo Alto University

Palo Alto University

Palo Alto University

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Palo Alto University (previously the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology) is a not-for-profit free-standing educational institute in Palo Alto, California. It offers two undergraduate degree programs (BS in Psychology and Social Action, BS in Business Psychology) and four graduate programs - a PhD in clinical psychology, a PsyD in clinical psychology as part of a consortium with Stanford University, an MS in Psychology through distance learning, and an MS in Clinical Psychology (in conjunction with the Aigle Foundation in Buenos Aires, Argentina). Palo Alto University subscribes to the Practitioner-Scientist training model, a variation of the Boulder Scientist-practitioner model, that emphasizes clinical practice along with scientific training.


The Pacific Graduate School of Psychology was founded in 1975 and has been accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), since 1988. PGSP is not affiliated with the similarly named Pacifica Graduate Institute, located in Carpenteria, California.

In August, 2009, PGSP officially reincorporated and changed its name to Palo Alto University.

Undergraduate Partnership

The undergraduate programs at Palo Alto University are offered in partnership with the Foothill-De Anza Community College District located in the Silicon Valley, one of the most dynamic economic areas in the country. They are innovative Bachelor's degree completion programs created to facilitate the process for community college students...
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