American School of Professional Psychology
The American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University continues the traditions of a group of clinical psychologists and professors who, in 1975, formed the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Since that time, Argosy has offered a learning environment in which students prepare for contemporary and emerging roles in the practice of professional psychology.
Bringing real-world practice into the classroom is one of the main strengths of our faculty. Our dedicated faculty members teach from a breadth of philosophical approaches. Students have the opportunity to train with faculty reflecting their own research and training interests.
About Argosy University
We offer a range of bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs, and a wide variety of concentrations at 19 locations across the nation. Our areas of study include:
- Clinical Psychology
- Counseling Psychology
- Forensic Psychology
- Clinical Psychology/Marriage and Family Therapy
- Counseling Psychology/Marriage and Family Therapy
- School Psychology
- Sport-Exercise Psychology