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Psychology & Behavioral Sciences

For 35 years, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology has been known for training multi-culturally competent, sophisticated, and passionate professionals in the field of psychology and related behavioral and health sciences. With campuses across the country and online, The Chicago School offers more than 25 degree programs and a wealth of opportunities for one-of-a-kind international experiences.

The Chicago School’s unique Engaged Professional Model of Education leverages the talents and experience of its faculty practitioners, who work with community partners to provide students a rich spectrum of high-quality, clinical training. Graduates become empowered and are driven to utilize their skills to become leaders in the field and expand services to underserved communities.

With campuses in Los Angeles, Irvine, Calif., Chicago, Washington, D.C., and online, The Chicago School’s metropolitan locations offer a vast range of opportunities for clinical training, professional networking, field research, and community service.

The Chicago School is a nonprofit institution regionally-accredited by the Western Association of Schools & Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) and is an active member of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology (NCSPP).

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Education & Human Development

Founded on the belief that every individual has unique gifts and infinite potential, Pacific Oaks College has gained international acclaim for its progressive approach to teaching and learning.

Pacific Oaks College is known for serving non-traditional and adult students—valuing real-world experiences in addition to academic achievements. Pacific Oaks’ culture-centered philosophy encourages students to recognize and nurture the inherent potential that each brings to the table, and to use the diversity of experience, heredity, abilities, and perspective to create a community of mutual understanding and respect. Pacific Oaks College graduates are a community of change agents and have made a profound impact in the fields of education, human development, and marriage and family therapy

Pacific Oaks’ goal of culturally driven community solutions is reflected in its main campus location in the heart of Pasadena, California. Looking to expand on this goal, Pacific Oaks also offers classes online and at locations throughout Southern California as well as “cohort” options that allow students to journey throughout their programs as a cohesive group.

Pacific Oaks is regionally-accredited by the Western Association of Schools & Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).

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Early Childhood Education Programs

A hallmark of Pasadena, Calif., Pacific Oaks College & Children’s School has played a crucial role in the development of early childhood education in the United States for more than half a century.

For more than 70 years, Pacific Oaks Children’s School has been at the forefront of early childhood education—providing a range of progressive programs for children six months through six years of age. Founded on the principles of social justice and inclusion, and committed to the belief that every child has value and infinite potential, Pacific Oaks Children’s School has become internationally known for their pioneering accomplishments in the areas of anti-bias education, emergent curriculum, and peaceful conflict resolution.

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Legal Studies

The Santa Barbara & Ventura Colleges of Law was founded more than four decades ago with a unique approach to law education: Encourage students to build a community that fosters growth and understanding of modern law concepts and problems through discussion and active engagement.

The Colleges of Law provide students a pathway to the legal profession that does not require them to sacrifice their families, jobs, or financial security. Today, The Colleges of Law are widely recognized as being among the state’s premier regional law schools, offering two exceptional pathways to a career in law or a law-related field. Equipped with an education taught by some of the region’s most accomplished attorneys and judges, graduates promote social justice as judges, public defenders, or in private practice.

In addition to online options, The Santa Barbara & Ventura Colleges of Law campuses are located in two of California’s most charming coastal communities. Each campus is part of a close-knit legal community. Students are welcomed into the local bar associations and some work side-by-side with local attorneys in various law-related programs.

The Colleges of Law is a nonprofit law school accredited by the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California.

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Undergraduate Nursing Programs

Guidance and a dedication to educational excellence are the cornerstones of a comprehensive nursing education. With this in mind, DNI has built an academically rigorous curriculum that is centered on the values of openness, cultural sensitivity, and service to their community.

Founded in 1991, DNI’s vocational nursing and associates degree programs utilize the latest technology to give graduates the hands-on experience and knowledge they need to succeed. Diverse and dynamic, graduates apply the tools that they’ve acquired to make a positive change in their lives and the communities around them.

Located in northeastern Dallas, the 35,000 square foot campus includes state-of-the-art training labs, an academic library, student lounge and career services offices. DNI’s campus is part of the Dallas metro medical community with clinical instructional sites at health care facilities in the nearby cities of Carrollton, Mesquite, Arlington and Plano. Students often work side-by-side with faculty and local health professionals in service projects within the community.

Dallas Nursing Institute holds institutional accreditation from the Accreditation Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).

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Humanistic Studies

For 43 years, students at Saybrook have concerned themselves with a fundamental question: What does it mean to be human? It is a question that enlightens every field of study as well as emphasizes the importance of sharing a community.

An innovator in distance learning and residency, Saybrook’s educational model focuses on common experiences to build a better understanding of human relationships and cultural interaction, appealing to working professionals interested in impacting the world in a positive way.

With students spread across the world, Saybrook strives to make all of its locations part of a larger worldwide community. Today, Saybrook is headquartered in Oakland, Calif., and holds a majority of its seminars, workshops, and intensives in the San Francisco Bay Area. It also has teaching locations just outside of Seattle, Washington, and in the C.E. Jung Center in Houston—as well as additional Residential Conferences across the country.

Saybrook is accredited by the Western Association of Schools & Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC)).

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