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at The Chicago School

An innovator in the field of psychology for 35 years
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Chicago and Grayslake, IL

Psy.D. in Clinical Forensic Psychology

The Psy.D. in Clinical Forensic Psychology prepares students to use psychology in the legal system and related fields. Students in the Chicago Campus' program have the unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience at The Chicago School Forensic Center, which provides high-quality forensic psychological services and programming to improve the health and well-being of individuals within diverse communities.

Students can choose from optional concentrations in Adult, Child and Family, Neuropsychology and Law Enforcement.

Ph.D. in Business Psychology

The Psy.D. in Business Psychology prepares students to assume high-level responsibilities in today’s business environment. Chicago Campus students benefit from flexible scheduling options that are are available to meet the needs of working professionals. Students secure internships at sites ranging from large international marketing research companies to small boutique consulting firms and nonprofit social service agencies.

Students can choose from either the I/O Track or the Consulting Track.

Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology

The Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) is the highest degree for those who wish to apply their knowledge as practicing clinicians. Accredited by the American Psychological Association, the Chicago Campus' Clinical Psychology doctoral program qualifies graduates to sit for the national licensure exam.The program has been nationally recognized for its excellent training in culturally competent service provision and offers students a remarkably wide variety of training opportunities. Students are placed in internships at prestigious clinics, hospitals, mental health centers, and governmental agencies.

Students can also choose the Child & Adolescent Track.

Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis

The Applied Behavior Analysis doctoral program trains students to bring about socially significant behavioral changes in individuals using the systematic collection and analysis of data. ABA is used with individuals with developmental disabilities, those in regular educational settings, and those who wish to improve performance or master skills in a variety of areas. They may also work at a number of public school settings, both in regular and special education.

Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision

The Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision prepares graduates for leadership roles in professional counseling and academic settings. Students receive a strong grounding in qualitative and quantitative research and will complete 600 hours of internship in teaching, supervision, research, and consultation.

Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership

Students in the Organizational Leadership doctoral program gain the skills to obtain leadership roles in management consulting, strategic human resources, organizational effectiveness, and executive teams. Chicago Campus students take coursework in leadership, research, ethics, interpersonal dynamics, and a range of electives to support each student’s unique career goals. The program’s forward-focused curriculum considers current and future organizational needs, including demographic shifts, globalization, and technology.

M.S in Applied Behavior Analysis

Students in the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) master's program learn to affect socially significant behavioral changes through the systematic collection and analysis of data. ABA professionals work with individuals with developmental disabilities, those in regular educational settings, and those who wish to improve performance or master skills in a variety of ways.

M.A. in Counseling Psychology

The M.A. in Counseling Psychology program provides students with a solid foundation in the principles of clinical psychology, in addition to gaining the essential diagnostic, therapeutic, and consultative skills they need to be outstanding clinical counselors. Chicago Campus students can choose from a variety of concentrations, including Child and Adolescent Treatment, Health Psychology, Latino/a Mental Health, Supervision and Leadership, Trauma, and Addiction Disorders. Graduates are prepared to sit for professional counselor licensure in Illinois and surrounding states.

M.A. in Forensic Psychology

The Chicago School's Forensic master's program prepares students to apply the art and science of psychology within the legal system and related fields. Chicago Campus students gain hands-on experience at The Chicago School Forensic Center, which provides high-quality forensic psychological services and programming to improve the health and well-being of individuals within diverse communities.

Students can choose from optional concentrations in Child Protection, Corrections and Sex Offender.

LEARNING BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

βœ“  On-Campus Training  
Train alongside faculty and earn real-world experience.

βœ“  Community Training  
Explore enriching opportunities in our local communities. 

βœ“  International Training

Connect to a vast range of inspiring field work around the world.


PRESIDENT'S HIGHER EDUCATION COMMUNITY SERVICE HONOR ROLL

The school's community service initiatives have resulted in six consecutive years of recognition on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service to disadvantaged youth.

“This course is very well-organized. The instructors are great, and it has been a great experience studying here. The faculty is very professional and supportive. From the student services desk to my instructor, everyone is really eager to help; and these 20 months have been great. I can’t believe it’s overβ€”it feels like I just started. I am very proud to say that I have attended The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.”

Margie Fuller,
Student, M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology Program

“I work full-time, so I needed something that balanced my work schedule with my personal life. If you are looking for a program that is going to give you work-life balance and you can still go to school and have a life, this is the program for you."

Kameeshia Lackey,
Student, M.A. in Applied Industrial and Organizational Psychology Program
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