Fielding Graduate University

Fielding Graduate University

Fielding Graduate University is a nonprofit university that was established in 1974 by Hallock Hoffman, Frederic Hudson, and Renata Tesch. The university was formerly known as The Fielding Institute, and the Fielding Graduate Institute. The campus of the university is located in Santa Barbara, California.

Fielding Graduate University offers master's and doctoral level degrees and certificate programs in a host of areas such as media psychology, organization management and development, collaborative educational leadership, and neuropsychology. The academic divisions of Fielding Graduate University include:

  • School of Educational Leadership and Change
  • School of Human Organization and Development
  • School of Psychology

Fielding Graduate University offers financial aid to the eligible students. This may be in the form of veteran benefits, scholarships, loans, and grants. Opportunities for job placement are also provided by the university.

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Educational Leadership And Administration, General
Human Development And Family Studies, General
Clinical Psychology
Applied Psychology
Applied Behavior Analysis
Clinical, Counseling And Applied Psychology, Other
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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