We also believe that immersive, multicultural field experiences foster a community of engaged, diverse professionals. Chicago Campus students don’t just learn about what it means to be an engaged community member—they’re already making a meaningful difference in the city itself.
Through hundreds of training prospects, Chicago students conduct research and assessments, provide counseling and clinical services, assist with developing and launching new programs, and participate in strategic planning efforts.
Discover how our Chicago Campus students get involved in the greater Chicago community—and the world at large—here.
The Chicago School’s wide range of graduate programs
As one of the largest psychology-focused graduate schools in the Chicago area, our Chicago Campus offers a full continuum of graduate programs in relevant and quickly growing areas of psychology. Degrees are available at the master’s, education specialist, doctoral, or certificate level.
From Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership to Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology, explore our full list of Chicago programs today.
The Chicago School’s Chicago Campus also offers academic partnerships within the city. For example, active Robert Morris students in the Bachelor’s of Business Administration Program receive benefits like waived application fees and, if accepted, preferred tuition rates. Learn more about our Chicago academic partnerships.
Our expert Chicago faculty in psychology and behavioral sciences
Many of our faculty members are active practitioners and leaders in their fields of expertise, bringing a wealth of first-hand insights into the classroom.
国产偷拍视频By dedicating themselves to the success of our students, they have helped build and maintain some of the most academically rigorous psychology-based programs in the country.
Some recent accomplishments of The Chicago School’s Chicago faculty include Dr. Pamela Niesluchowski’s participation in the American Psychology Association’s Institute for Women in Psychology and Dr. Nayeli Chavez’s presentation at Fordham University Law School’s 2016 conference “Meeting the Social & Legal Needs of Central American Refugees.”
We’re dedicated to programs of the highest quality
The Chicago School is dedicated to maintaining programs of the highest quality; our Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at Chicago is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). Questions related to the program’s accredited status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation: