Alliant Intl. is a for-profit university located in San Diego, California. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 122 undergraduate students. The Alliant Intl. acceptance rate is 80%. Popular majors include Bilingual and Multicultural Education, Business, and Special Education and Teaching. Alliant Intl. alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $59,600.
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Alliant International University Reviews
I have had an amazing experience thus far at Alliant! The staff are amazing and always helpful. I enjoy that they use their own clinical experience to help students understand the material. The only thing i would change is the price, but it is still worth the great education!
I have POSITIVE comments about Alliant. I graduated with a PsyD from this school when it was formerly known as USIU, back in the 1990s. My professors were excellent and I completed my required pre-doctoral practicum/post-doc supervised hours with well-qualified PhDs. I might add: the comprehensive exam at that time was very thorough, detailed and challenging. If you didnt know the material, you did not pass the comp exam. Since passing the EPPP, I have been employed as a practicing clinician with a large hospital for many years, and also supervise PhD and PsyD Clinical Psychology students. Everyone has to pass the EPPP no matter where you go to school. Every psych program has its pros-and-cons. I was very happy with my education and training at USIU.
The staff and professors are amazing and very supportive of the students. As a smaller private school I am able to receive the attention and help I was not able to get at a large public school. Everyone from the staff to the students are dedicated and it is a pleasure to be surrounded by people who care about quality education.