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Programs & Degrees at CSPP

The California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) at Alliant International University has been recognized nationally and internationally for its superior commitment to training multiculturally competent mental health professionals.

CSPP offers APA-accredited doctoral programs (PsyD and PhD) in Clinical Psychology, COAMFTE-accredited master’s and doctoral programs in Marital and Family Therapy, master’s and doctoral programs in Organizational Psychology, master’s programs in Clinical Counseling and International Counseling Psychology, a post-doctoral master’s program in Clinical Psychopharmacology, and international programs in Hong Kong, Japan and Mexico. CSPP also oversees the Department of Undergraduate Psychology at Alliant International University.

For more detailed information about individual CSPP degree programs, please click the links in the chart below, where you will find comprehensive information about the CSPP program at each location, including courses, faculty, areas of specialization and accreditation.

Although they differ from location to location, many elements of CSPP's programs are shared by all programs. For instance, all programs integrate coursework and practical experience. All of the CSPP programs offer an exciting selection of electives taught by experts and all are designed to develop multicultural competencies in the behavioral science professions.

Most programs can be taken full-time or part-time during the day. Evening and some weekend classes are also offered at most campuses for most programs.

CSPP Graduate Programs

Clinical Psychology Programs

Doctoral Respecialization in Clinical Psychology

Couple and Family Therapy Programs

Organizational Psychology Programs

Clinical Counseling MA Program

International Counseling Psychology MA Program

Online Clinical Psychopharmacology Postdoctoral MS Program

International Programs

Graduate Certificate Programs


Undergraduate - Bachelor of Science in Psychology