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<!-- Deleted image removed: -->The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
, known as "The Chicago School," is a graduate university specializing in psychology
. With nearly 3,000 students and 1,500 graduates, it is the nation’s largest not-for-profit graduate school dedicated to psychology and behavioral sciences. The school is an active member of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology. Aside from the Chicago Campus, the other campuses are not APA
accredited. The Chicago School has been recognized for their wide variety of PhD, Psy.D and Masters programs, and the Industrial/Organizational Psychology program has been ranked on SIOP's top 20 Industrial/Organizational Masters programs.
Institutional Learning Goals
The institutional learning goals for students completing degree programs at The Chicago School are:
- Scholarship: Using scientific research and theory to inform their practices and contribute to the body of work extending the reach of their specialties in professional psychology;
- Diversity: Applying theoretical and practical knowledge about ethnic, racial, gender, sexual, cultural and religious, age, and disability differences in their professional work;
- Professional Behavior: Functioning in a professional and ethical manner in classroom, off-site training, and workplace settings;
- Professional Practice: Conducting......