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Pacific Graduate School of Psychology
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935 E Meadow Dr
Palo Alto, CA 94303
(650) 494-7477
pgsp.edu

About the college

The Pacific Graduate School of Psychology has a history of higher education that dates back to 1975. The school is focused on its quality education that gives students a small student body with a dedicated and well-educated faculty. In the end graduates of the school of psychology go on to impressive internships, high scores on state licensing exams and successful and rewarding careers in the psychology field.

Campus

The Pacific Graduate School is located in Palo Alto, California. At the campus students get learning that is science based with psychology at the forefront of helping the world and what they are suffering from. Training at the school is hands on with clinical models that have evidence that must be valued in order to understand the fundamentals and basics of the psychology field. Students learn through classic classroom studies, research work, and clinical supervision. Housing is not offered on campus, but students can find accommodations in the surrounding cities of Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, and Mountain View.

Courses

At the school students are offered graduate and undergraduate programs. The graduate programs include a PhD in clinical psychology, a joint PhD in psychology and law, an MBA program in psychology and business and a certificate in Neuropsychology. In addition, students can choose from the Stanford Consortium’s academic program, a Master of Arts, and certificate in forensics and correctional psychology, Master of Science degree in clinical psychology and an online course that offers a Master of Science degree in psychology.

The undergraduate programs include a bachelor of science degree business psychology or in psychology and social action. At the graduate school there is a training and treatment center called the Kurt and Barbara Gronowski Psychology Clinic. As a graduate with the skills of psychology you can better understand and the world and maybe one day change it.

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

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

Campus Setting: City, Small

Campus Housing Available: No

Student Population: 427, 4% undergraduates


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