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10455 Pomerado Road
San Diego, CA 92131
(858) 635-4000
alliant.edu

About the College


The Alliant International University was created with the joining of the United States International University (USIU) and the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP). Alliant International University is an independent non-profit institution of higher education. In order to understand the history of the college you must delve into the past of the two institutions that were joined to create this college.


California School of Professional Psychology


The California School of Professional Psychology was established in 1969 and was the first independent graduate school of professional psychology. The school offered majors in the clinical practice of psychotherapy and assessment, community change and organizational development, community psychology, clinical psychology, developmental psychology, and child and family life. The school changed its name in 2000 to Alliant University.


United States International University


The United States International University was established in 1952 but did not receive this name until 1967. The college has campuses through the US and the world including such locations as England, France, Canada, and Japan. The college offered bachelors, masters, and doctoral programs in business, education, psychology, international relations, performing and visual arts.


Campus


The San Diego campus offers a dining hall, the Alliant SportCenter, and onsite housing. The campus is home in Scripps Ranch, which offers students a safe, quiet, and wooded community only 12 miles from the ocean and twenty minutes from downtown San Diego. The schools found on this campus include the California School of Professional Psychology, the California School of Forensic Studies, the Hufstedler School of Education, and the Marshall Goldsmith School of Management.


Programs offered at this campus include Biofeedback, Business Administration, Business & Management Programs, Chemical Dependency Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Consulting Psychology, Educational Admin, Education Leadership and Mgmt, Educational Psychology, Education: Teaching, Education: TESOL, Forensic Psychology, Gerontology, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, International Business Administration, International Relations, International Studies Programs, Leadership, Marital and Family Therapy, Organizational Psychology, School Psychology, Teaching: Intern Early Completion Option, Teaching: Standard Intern, Teaching: Student Teaching, and TESOL, to name a few.

College Type: 4-year, Private not-for-profit

Offering: Bachelor's degree, Postbaccalaureate certificate, Master's degree, Doctor's degree

Campus Setting: City, Large

Campus Housing Available: Yes

Student Population: 3704, 5% undergraduates


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