The Chicago School of Professional Psychology offers the Master of Arts in International Psychology, a program that prepares students to use the theory and practice of psychology to provide services to individuals and groups working in international settings. Students will learn to apply both Western and non-Western theoretical concepts to the development of effective global practices and the interpretation and management of behaviors across diverse cultures. Graduates are prepared to excel as leaders sensitive to cultural differences and prepared to promote social justice in an increasingly globalized world.
Students can choose from the following concentrations:
- Environmental Advocacy
- Management and Leadership
- Trauma and Group Conflict
Resume or CV. Essay. Official College/University Transcripts. Must hold a bachelors degree. Work experience recommended.
Students will engage in one required, minimum nine-day, international field experience.