Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology is a non-profit institute established in 1978. It is located in Wisconsin, U.S, and offers Doctoral programs in Clinical Psychology. The institute was founded by southeastern Wisconsin psychologists, the first faculty members were composed of psychologists from Milwaukee. Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology is recognized by the NCA or the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools along with the American Psychological Association.
The institute provides instructions and mentorship for developing the students both psychologically and professionally. The faculty members are well-trained and the students receive the best of mentors, advisors, friends, teachers, and supervisors at the institute. There are many programs offered in Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology such as Psy.D. in Adult or Child Clinical Psychology, Forensic Psychology, M.S in Clinical Psychology, etc. Forensic Psychology has a four-course sequence which is, Introduction to Forensic Psychology, Civil Forensic Psychology, Criminal Forensic Psychology, and Advanced Seminar In Forensic Psychology.
Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology strives to offer community service, clinical training, and excellence in psychology. Individual mentoring and care encourage the development and growth of the students, preparing them to be future psychologists for a complex and diverse society. Embracing diversity is a part of the core values of the institute. Every course taught at Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology covers topics of diversity. Efforts are put to continually strive to recruit staff, administration, and students from diverse backgrounds. Students can also apply for various scholarships offered by the institute.
|Other Courses - 2 Courses||IELTS - Accepted|
TOEFL - Accepted
GRE - Accepted
|Application fees||No Fees|
|Other Courses - 2 Courses||2 - 5 Years||INR 25L - 26.4L|
USD 34,200 - 36,100