- Chicago, IL
- 4 Year
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.11 responses
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The Chicago School of Professional Psychology - Chicago Reviews
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I am excited by how a PhD from TCSPP will enhance my existing career but also take it to the next level and expand the opportunities for which I will be qualified. Beyond career prospects, I decided to pursue a PhD for me, for new mental challenges and for personal growth. Everything beyond the personal benefits is pure gravy! :)
I am an online student so some of the topics included in this survey do not apply to me such as food, social scene, etc. The quality of the courses that I have participated in are top-notched. I will be honest and state that you have to be willing to put the necessary time and effort into the courses to achieve success. You will earn your grade and I do not mean this is a bad thing. I think it is important for a school to demand the best from its students as it is their responsibility to prepare its graduates for working in the real world. I have no negative comments about TCSSP.
Although I am somewhat new to The Chicago School of Professional Psychology I could not be more thrilled with my decision to attend. My program - PhD in international psychology - is cutting edge and exciting. Everyone I have communicated with at the school has been supportive, knowledgeable and helpful. If anyone is interested in the field of psychology I strongly encourage you to learn more about TCSPP.