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Alliant International University California School of Professional Psychology
Alliant International University California School of Professional Psychology
Alliant International University California School of Professional Psychology
Psychology School
San Diego
  • SDN RANKING 1
  • INTERVIEW FEEDBACK 1 5 Responses
  • SCHOOL REVIEWS N/A 0 Responses

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School Stats

  • Resident Tuition $27,072
  • Non - Resident Tuition $27,072
  • Application Fee N/A
  • AVG GRE N/A
  • AVG GPA N/A

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Admissions Information

  • CSPP Office of the Dean
  • 10455 Pomerado Road
  • San Diego 92131
  • United States

School Overview

School Info

The Alliant International University California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) was founded in 1969 with help from the California Psychological Association. CSPP was the nation's first independent graduate school of professional psychology. The founders' premise was that the health care needs of society required a psychology training program blending professionalism and science in new and creative ways. Now more than 30 schools of professional psychology follow CSPP's model. In the early 1970s, CSPP awarded AA, BA, MA, and PhD degrees. The school offered majors in clinical psychology, community psychology, developmental psychology, child and family life, the clinical practice of psychotherapy and assessment, and community change and organizational development. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the school chose to offer study primarily in clinical psychology; at one point the only terminal degree offered was the PhD. In recent years, the university added programs in organizational studies, social and policy studies and education. Students were admitted to the first campuses in San Francisco and Los Angeles in 1970. The San Diego campus was added in 1972 and the Fresno campus was founded in 1973. In 2000, CSPP changed its name to Alliant University. CSPP has trained over 6,000 professional psychologists, many of whom hold leadership positions in the field of mental health care in California and throughout the US.

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"Why are you interested in clinical psychology?" More from this Member | Report Response

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"What would you do if you had a difficult cilent?" More from this Member | Report Response

"They were group interviews, so he asked us to brainstorm 3 solutions to a problem involving undergraduates and suicide around midterms." More from this Member | Report Response

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