The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, popularly referred to as The Chicago School, was established in 1979 and began offering classes a year later. The main campus is located in Chicago, Illinois, but it also operates the following campuses:
The Chicago School awards the Master of Arts, and the Doctor of Psychology degrees. Students can also opt for courses in subjects like forensic psychology, clinical psychology, business psychology, applied behavior analysis, applied industrial/ organizational psychology, and school psychology. In addition, the school offers various online courses and certificate programs. Training and research facilities are provided through the following centers of the school:
The Chicago School supports a number of student clubs and organizations including the Chicago School Student Association, the Community Activism Committee, the Social Justice Group, the Society for Business Psychology, I/ O Task Force, MACC Council, Pride, Social Cultural Affairs Committee, and the International Student Organization.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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