The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, also known as “The Chicago School,” is the oldest and the largest graduate school specializing in Psychology. It was established in 1979 by a group of psychologists and educators who were committed to promoting and developing the field by providing professional training to students in a not-for-profit atmosphere.
With its main campus located in Chicago, Illinois, The Chicago School has campuses in various other parts of the United States like Los Angeles, Westwood, and Irvine, California; Washington, D.C.; and Grayslake Illinois. Moreover, it has a state-of-the-art online learning campus that allows busy students burdened with fulltime work or family commitments to pursue their professional and educational goals without having to worry about schedules. Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and an active member of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology, The Chicago School awards master’s and doctorate degrees through a choice of traditional on-campus classes; weekend and evening classes in each of its campuses or via its online campus. Online courses may be predominantly or 100% online or a combination of online and on-campus classes.
Some of these online degree courses include Ph.D. in International Psychology; Ph.D in Organizational Leadership; Psy.D. Business Psychology; M.A. Forensic Psychology; M.A. in Psychology and various certificate programs.
Cost of tuition per credit hour for online-blended programs is US$1,115 for Psy.D/Ph.D. programs; US$895 for M.A. programs; US$925 for Ed.S. program; US$675 per semester for Psy.D. Internship; and US$220 per course for Clinical Psy.D. Clerkship Fee.
Financial aid is extended in the form of loans, grants, work-study programs and scholarships for qualified students.