Commonly known as "The Chicago School," the Chicago School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) is a graduate institution of higher learning that specializes in psychology. The CSPP was founded by professional psychologists in 1979 with the intention of providing advanced training within the field. Today, the school has expanded to include multiple campus locations across the United States, including Chicago, Washington, D.C., Grayslake, Illinois, and California campuses at Irvine, Westwood and Los Angeles. CSPP also provides class online. The school remains the oldest and largest graduate school devoted exclusively to psychology and related behavioral science.
Students living in student housing or an off campus apartment have access to the CSPP's 20 degree programs as well as opportunities for international studies. Programs include a variety of Ph.D., Psy.D and Master's degrees. The CSPP bases its educational structure around the tenants of "scholarship, diversity, professional behavior, and professional practice."
Student living and university living at the CSPP's main campus in Chicago place students within reach of the city's various cultural, educational, commercial and recreational areas like Grant Park, the Loop, Willis Tower, Navy Pier, the Field Museum and Wrigley Field.
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